An Evening With Sali Hughes and Caitlin Moran
Thursday 13th September 19:30 at Brighton
Join Britain’s most trusted beauty writer, Sali Hughes, in conversation with Caitlin Moran for an evening of lively discussion on the beauty products that changed the world.
Packed full of wisdom from Pretty Iconic by Sali Hughes considers which much-hyped beauty buys are worth the buzz and who they are best suited for. Sali Hughes uses her witty, inclusive and discerning style to look at some of the most significant products in beauty – from treasured classics such as Chanel No 5, to life-changers such as Babyliss Big Hair, and the more recent releases from Charlotte Tilbury, Sunday Riley and others that are shaping the beauty industry today. Sali takes us from the evocative smell of Johnson’s baby lotion through to Simple Face wipes, NARS Orgasm and beyond, looking at the formative role beauty plays in our lives.
Sali Hughes is a journalist, broadcaster, Guardian Weekend, The Pool and Empire columnist. A former magazine editor, she has written for many publications including Grazia, The Observer, Elle, The Telegraph, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Stylist, Woman & Home, Good Housekeeping and Red, where she is Contributing Editor. She appears frequently on BBC Radio 4 and on Soho Radio, where she hosts her own show, and is co-founder of Beauty Banks, a non-profit providing essential toiletries to people living in serious poverty. She lives with her two sons and husband, comedy writer Daniel Maier, in Brighton.
Tickets for this event are £3 including a glass of wine on arrival. They are available online at the bottom of this page, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 01273 206017 or by speaking to our ground floor booksellers.
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