“You’ve got Photoshop, right?” That’s often the first thing we hear when we begin a photo shoot for the magazine. Indeed, we all want to put our best foot forward — and doubly-so when you know your picture is going to show up in a full-color glossy magazine.
I love summer — my ideal temperature is around 80 degrees. In fact, if I’m not wearing a tie, I prefer to drive with the windows down during the heat of summer. But I do like it cool for sleeping and working on the computer. So one of my favorite desktop patterns during the summer is this iceberg.
You may have seen her in the catalog for JC Toys or the print ad for Jo-Ann Etc. Maybe she looks familiar from her picture on the Little Tikes inflatable slide. Katarina Fiorentino is the winner of About’s first cover model contest, and at the ripe old age of 11, is navigating her way toward her goal of a successful modeling and acting career.
Well, we’re guessing you’ve already seen who we picked for our cover. More on that later. But we had so many amazing entries for our first-ever contest that we wanted to introduce you to some of our favorites.
The cover is one of the biggest things we fret about every month while producing About. Who should be on the cover? Where should we take the photo? What kind of background? Is there enough space for words? How do we make it look like (insert next season here) when it’s still (insert last season here) as we take photos?
Beauty — inside and out — is not illusive if you know simple ways of living a life that fosters it. Here a trusted doctor, a holistic health guru, a noted fashion photographer, a leading nutritionist and a renowned makeup artist are your guides to good looks and good health.
It’s pretty rare these days for young people to move straight from Mom and Dad’s to married life. Having lived on their own — or coupled up — for years, more and more about-to-be-weds find that traditional wedding registries just don’t feel right.
Quest Recovery and Prevention Services does more than help someone out of addiction. It helps families become whole again.
They eventually reconnected on Match.com in February 2008 and were engaged in a surprise trip to New York City that Mike had planned just after Christmas that year. Mike proposed to Allison on the famous Gapstow Bridge in Central Park.