Rose Byrne Cover Story

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Krysten Ritter's Red Lipstick Collection

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Eva Chen's November Editor's Letter

There is nothing I am more obsessed with than the weather.

20 Insanely Stylish Trailblazers

These trendsetters prove that America's got talent—in spades, and stars and stripes!

Editor's Picks: Jenna Gottlieb

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Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Preventing Blow-Dry Frizz

Q: I rarely blow-dry my hair, but when I do it ends up looking frizzy. What is the one tip/product I could use to avoid this?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Effective Hair Removal

Q: Does laser hair removal work—and what do you think about at-home removal?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Warm Winter Coats

Q: I have been seeing a lot of great coats, but which ones are warm enough to get me through winter's coldest days?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About the Visible Bra Trend

Q: The deliberately contrasting, deliberately visible bra used to be a fashion "mistake" but now seems to be mainstreaming. Can I wear this to work? How can I do it so I don't look like I got dressed in the dark? Is this just for hipsters?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Mixing Deodorant and Perfume

Q: I always put on scented deodorant and perfume. I have never tried to match their scents and have no idea if they clash. I mean, I can't smell me! Is there a deodorant that doesn't fight the smell of my perfume?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Freckle-Friendly Foundation

Q: I love my freckles. But my blemishes obviously don't inspire the same affection. What foundation evens skin tone but doesn't cover my freckles?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Best Way to Care for Cashmere

Q: What's the best way to care for cashmere sweaters?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Shoes for Big Feet

Q: I have gigantic feet! Brands like Loeffler Randall and Belle by Sigerson Morrison used to make size 11, but I find fewer and fewer options. Are there other cool brands in size 11? Something between a Steve Madden and a Jimmy Choo? The brands at websites that cater to Sasquatch-footed women tend to be a wee bit obscure. Help!

Kirsten Dunst

She’s a movie star but hates being shot on the red carpet. She’s “a prude” but appeared topless. She’s a fashion icon but loves spray tans. Dunst is full of contradictions—and that’s exactly what makes her so much fun to interview.

The Look I Want Now: Poppy Preppy

"It's the classic '80s look redone here and there with surprising shocks of color."

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Applying Blush

Q: I have been told a million different ways to put on my blush correctly. I’ve heard everything from making a fish face to smiling, and I’m not sure which looks the best. What do you suggest? A: Smile. The fattest part of your cheek is where the color goes.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Finding Flattering Jeans

Q: I have thick calves and have a hard time finding jeans that are flattering. Boot-cut jeans look good, but sometimes I really want to wear a straight or skinny leg. Can you recommend any brands? A: The trick is to find jeans with little or no stretch.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Grooming Etiquette

Q: If someone has spinach in her teeth, a piece of lint on her shirt or toilet paper on her shoe, am I supposed to say something? Sometimes I just let it go because I don’t want to make the person feel self-conscious. A: The true friend—or, better, the true kind person—always, always says something. By “says” I mean whispers conspiratorially.

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