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Beauty Shortlist Awards

My Green Pod editor and co-founder Katie Hill joins the judging panel for the 2020 Beauty Shortlist Awards
Katie Hill - Editor-in-Chief, My Green Pod
Beauty Shortlist Awards

Celebrating 10 years this year, the Beauty Shortlist’s 2020 Beauty & Wellbeing Awards are now open for entries.

Launched by beauty journalist Fiona Klonarides, the Beauty Shortlist Awards celebrate ethics and excellence across beauty, grooming and natural health.

The Beauty Shortlist doesn’t accept sponsors and never runs ads; all its content and reviews are editorial, not paid for.

New categories this year include hemp and CBD, plastic-free and recyclable products and age-specific and anti-pollution skincare.

Sponsor-free, ad-free, cruelty-free and completely independent, these awards went global in 2017, with judges based in London, New York and Sydney.

Entries close on 08 November 2019, and the awards will be announced on 02 March 2020.

Beauty Shortlist judges for 2020

Entries are thoroughly judged over a five-month period by industry experts in the UK, USA and Australia. This year’s lead UK judges include:

Red carpet cruelty-free makeup artist and Humane Society Ambassador Justine Jenkins (Fearne Cotton, Millie Mackintosh, Eleanor Tomlinson).

Katie Hill, co-founder and editor of leading eco magazine My Green Pod (distributed with The Guardian, quarterly).

Makeup artist, beauty expert, founder of WOW Beauty and champion of diversity and inclusivity Denise Rabor (Alek Wek, Yasmin Le Bon, Naomi Campbell).

Catwalk and fashion model Mercedes von Thun-Hohenstein.

Ana Green, founder of leading UK natural beauty and low waste/zero waste blog Ana Goes Green.

Holly Daffurn, editor-in-chief of organic beauty, parenting and conscious lifestyle Natural Mumma Magazine.

Bryanna Martonis, founder of the authoritative ethical lifestyle, zero waste and natural beauty blog The Eco Logical.

Kundalini yoga teacher and former beauty and lifestyle PR Amber Mackintosh, creator of Dandelion Wellbeing.

Lynda D’aboh, founder of the award-winning eco beauty, food, wellbeing and style blog Wonderlusting.

Sandra Robinson, beauty expert and founder of the Beauty Balm beauty and lifestyle blog.

Click here for more about the Beauty Shortlist Awards and how to enter.

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