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Emily Foley

Beauty and fashion expert and broadcast journalist

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Well-versed in the worlds of beauty, fashion, and entertainment, Foley’s work is regularly published in magazines such as Allure, Marie Claire,, and

As a beauty and fashion expert, Foley’s passion for the topics, attention to detail, and ability to concisely convey her knowledge has been lauded by consumers and brands alike, while her high energy and conversational nature make her at once likable and trustworthy.  

Whether she’s on-camera sharing the latest beauty innovations or chatting alongside the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Samuel L. Jackson, and Mindy Kaling, Foley has the ability to make everyone feel like they’re spending time with a dear friend–a trait she chalks up to her Southern upbringing (thanks, Mom!).

On-Camera/Studio Experience

As a trusted trend expert, Foley has appeared on lifestyle shows across the country. Examples include HLN’s Morning Express and On the Story, The List, Coffee with America, Good Day Philly, Live in the D, CBS Washington, NBC Dallas, and NBC Atlanta. She also regularly hosts SMTs on beauty and fashion topics. Foley has worked countless red carpets interviewing celebrities for US Weekly, Instyle Magazine, and Alloy. She has hosted charity events, emceed fashion events/runway shows, moderated entertainment, and fashion panels, and she’s well-versed in the world of social media, regularly reviewing beauty products and giving advice via Instagram Stories and Reels. 

"I have always said that mascara can change lives because the right mascara can make you feel like a million dollars, and if a woman feels like a million dollars, she can move mountains and live life to her fullest potential! As such, my favorite thing to do is help people find products–whether it’s a night cream or a pair of jeans–that make them feel good about who they are. I think the beauty and fashion space are self-care spaces and genuinely want to make people’s lives better by directing them to the products they need. I love getting to know people, and I in turn am an open book. I believe in authenticity and approachability. I don’t believe in using ten-dollar words and putting on pretenses (and often get ‘under estimated’ because of it); I believe in connecting with people where they are, and I really do want to be your best friend!"


– Emily Foley

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