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Table of Contents – February 2013
Look Now: The Side Flip
Pop Tart Beauty Review Free Stuff
Cobalt Nails Beauty Evolution: Courteney Cox7
Beauty 101. Healthy Hair
BY ELIZABETH SIEGEL
Marc Jacobs Bag
Expert advice on having more style at home, confessions of a high-end jeweler, and more.Read more expert advice.Plus, learn how to adjust your skin-care when you travel.
Readers’ Choice Awards
Tell us your favorite products, and you could win a spa trip…and lots more.
Allure Beauty Blogger Awards. We’re looking for the top beauty blogger!
Trends. The Next Big Things. Meet the beauty must-haves of the very near future.
BY ELIZABETH SIEGEL
Essay. Overserved. How do you decide which grooming services are necessities, luxuries, or frivolities?
BY MARY H. K. CHOI
Lash Special. Eye Caramba! A new generation of mascara brushes and formulas is born.Discover the most common mascara mistakes everyone makes.We’ve found the ten best mascaras to plump, lengthen, color, and curl your lashesall for under $20.
Strawberry Shields Dandruff Fix Fast Fat Loss
BY KRISTIN SAINANI
Love Handle Anxious Eaters Flirting to Win
BY LOIS B. MORRIS
Pick a lip color. And then another. And then another. Don’t stop until the effect is slightly futuristic, strangely beautiful, and cool as hell.
BY SOPHIA PANYCH
Curls Gone Wild
Behold, the best tips, products, and cuts for making the most of your (glorious) natural texture.
BY LEXI NOVAK
Thicker, lusher brows are everywhereexcept, possibly, your bathroom mirror. Here’s how to get them.
BY DANIELLE PERGAMENT
During this season of love, we asked scientists to explain what really makes a woman turn heads.
BY DAVE DENICOLO
Cooler than pants. Looser than skirts. Fresher than dresses. The new city shorts and eight ways to wear them.
Your skirt gets tight around 3 p.m.; your rings are a little snug; your stomach is, well, unsettled: This is bloat. Before you pop, here’s how to deflate.
BY ALEXANDRA OWENS
Song of Herself
Carrie Underwood is happier than ever and ready to talk about love, trust, and why she wears shorts under her red-carpet gowns.
BY JUDY BACHRACH