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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Mar 6, 2020.
Horrible cult-like styling
Bad cover after bad cover
Allure has decided to become an anti-beauty magazine. And in doing that, they're wasting everyone's time.
I don’t understand the harshness of the beauty industry - who does it help? I want to say grotesque but that is very mean …
I’m happy for Dixie Chicks
They bargain on the names alone, that they're not moving the needle in terms of aspirational beauty. No wonder Youtubers and Influencers are sitting with a chunk of Allure's demographic.
More like clinic nurses?
Corona virus chic....Allure-style
Uh - ok....they sure have some interesting cover choices..............
Photographed by Liz Collins
Fashion stylist: Patti Wilson
Hair: Kevin Ryan
Makeup: Yumi Lee
Manicure: Ashlie Johnson
I'm pretty sure anyone who was a fan of the Dixie Chicks in the 2000's has grown up.
What’s the problem?
There are probably articles on Monica Lewinsky's beauty secrets, why society cares so much about who took Britney's virginity, and styling tips on how you can make your living room resemble the set of Friends.
Love the Dixie Chicks but can’t help but feel they got a raw deal here. The shoot and cover arrangement isn’t great at all.
Left Dixie Chick is giving me Barbra Streisand/Veruschka vibes and I'm loving it
Genuinely have never heard of the Dixie Chicks (thought the woman in the middle was Robyn at first glance), but putting that aside, I'm still baffled over the outcome. While the cover is nothing offensive or unflattering, it just feels like a non-event. Yeah... next!
They were a popular girl group in the early 2000's. They faced a major backlash and were immediatley cancelled after they made negative comments about President Bush.
EARTH TO YOU
Photographers: Andreas Ortner
Stylist: Alexandra Fullerton
Hair: Halley Brisker
Make-Up: Naoko Scintu
Model: Joony Kim
Allure Digital Edition