Allure: Mom's Nagging, Now Available In Convenient Magazine Format

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Do you feel like your mother just doesn't critique your appearance enough? The September issue of Allure provides a rundown of her classic beauty nags so you can enrage yourself between her visits and phone calls.

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This month's Allure is filled with tips we'd figured out before we were allowed to wear makeup, such as how to wear a headband, tie a scarf, and kiss people on the cheek. In other obvious news, the mag interviews some of Michael Jackson's doctors - along with anonymous sources and medical experts who never treated him - to create a timeline of his changing face that looked pretty similar to those printed in most other magazines right after he died. The feature was heavily promoted in the media, including on the Today show and in The New York Times, but the article just reaffirms what we've always known: dude had a lot of plastic surgery. The mag reports more information you've heard a million times in the article "Mom Was Right," which examines beauty tips such as "don't bite your nails," "sit like a lady," and "get your hair out of your face," and declares that you really should have been listening to your mother for all those years. So if it's true that "if you keep making that face it'll freeze that way," is reading Allure every month going to make our faces get stuck in a permanent eye roll?

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Earlier: Allure: Michael Jackson Did Not Have Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Breaking: Michael's Face Changed Over The Years

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Hey, I really could have used a tutorial on cheek-kissing before I went abroad. "What is this, like a fist-bump for your face? Do I have to make the kissing noise? Should I stand closer or just lean in?" So many mysteries, so many ways to go terribly wrong.