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On the Cover

Hola! Hi my name is Jennifer Sanchez, I’m fifteen years old and a sophomore at Horizon high school. I love to learn new things and make new friends. I’ve always been a girl willing to help and care for anyone who needs it. My goal is to one day graduate from a university as a doctor. My experience with Quinceanera Magazine was unforgettable. I learned so many things such as having confidence and believing in myself. I recommend Quinceanera Magazine to every girl who wants to try something new and gain a life changing experience. I would like to thank my parents, family, and friends for supporting me through everything and always being there.

Hola! Mi nombre es Adriana Gonzalez tengo 16 Años y voy ala escuela Jefferson High. Para mi fue una gran experiencia poder participar en el concurso de Quinceañera Magazine por que pude convivir con muchachas de mi edad y mi autoestima subió mucho gracias a las classes que nos daban. Estar en la portada y representar a Quinceañera Magazine es un gran honor por que siento que soy la role model para otras muchachas que desean hacer su sueño realidad. Estoy muy orgullosa por haber ganado y todo gracias a mis papás, amistades y a mi representadora Lucy Madrid por su apoyo. Adriana Miss Covergirl Verano 2013

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The Circus Picture Contest

Quincea単era Magazine had an internal contest between all regions to choose the winner image of our national Expo campaign. We show the participants that proudly made their effort to win this place. Thanks to all the QM Directors, photographers, fashion coordinators, models and make up artists that involved their talent to bring the best of their proffesionalism.

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BEING A MODEL.

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Find the right moment to tell your parents about your interest in modeling, and keep in mind that even though that’s something you want they don’t necessarily have to give it to you since they would have to spend time and money to help you get there. First and foremost, Mom and Dad will want you to get a college degree as well and rightfully so because most models’ careers end before they turn 30 years-old. Nevertheless, the modeling experience can help you become more secure and raise your self-esteem because a good posture, expressing yourself in front of a camera, and speaking in public gives you more exposure in any profession you choose later on.

By the way, even taking modeling classes and getting you diploma doesn’t make you a model, no title can guarantee a job. There will be many challenges ahead that you will face on your way to becoming a professional model and take your spot in the workplace, but we’ll tell more about that in our next issue... Good Luck! www.quinceanerasmagazine.com


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Eles Vestido lo más importante. Images courtesy of Bella Será

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igan lo que digan, en una quinceañera , el vestido es el centro de la atención. Dentro de todo lo que compres para tu quinceañera, el vestido será la única pieza que salga en todas las fotos junto contigo! El vestido,puede hacer que luzcas como la más hermosa, o la mas chistosa. Así que hay que poner especial énfasis en la elección de este ¿ok?

CHECA TU CUERPO Y DETECTA LOS DETALLITOS.

Primero ponte frente al espejo y revisa minuciosamente cuales son los puntos que hay que cubrir y cuales hay que mostrar, todas las mujeres tienen cosas lindas y hay que saber explotarlas, por ejemplo una espalda preciosa, algunas la tienen amplia entonces hay que cubrirla, ¿captas? No querrás que de espaldas tu acompañante no sepa distinguir entre tu y su mejor amigo, ¡nooo!

VE DE TIENDA EN TIENDA.

No todos los días se compran vestidos especiales, así que vamos ir de tienda en tienda a ver que ofrecen, y lo mejor, probarte una y otra vez los modelos, nunca compres en la primera tienda que vayas, pues te puedes arrepentir si después ves otro vestido mas lindo. Checa la atención al cliente que es super importante, nunca vayas sola para que pidas opinión de alguien que vaya contigo. (Aunque al final termines escogiendo el que te gusto a ti, no el que te sugirió la tienda o tu mejor amiga).

LAS TENDENCIAS.

Hay que tratar de que el vestido que selecciones, sea aparte de el que mas te favorezca, un modelo que hable de tus gustos. A continuación una lista breve de la procedencia de los vestidos y que características tienen.

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DE CATALOGO.

Es lo mas práctico y fácil para escoger. Lo que ves es lo que hay, solo ajusta tus medidas y tus colores. En esta revista se exhiben las mejores marcas de vestidos y todas ellas son compañias confiables. Y por el precio, obtienes excelente calidad a un inmejorable precio. Que sea esta tu primer opción.

HECHOS POR UN DISEÑADOR LOCAL.

Que te va a querer sacar los ojos con el cuento de que “es un vestido único”, “no hay otro igual en el mundo”. Cuando la realidad es que por cambiarle una florecita de lugar ya dejó de ser el de la quinceañera del sábado pasado. Los precios andan entre $1500 y $5000 dlls!!!!! OUCH!

DE INTERNET DE CHINA.

W-A-R-N-I-N-G!!! Ultimamente hay compañías que se hacen pasar por las marcas que tu conoces. Y hasta usan la misma fotografia original. Pero en realidad son fábricas de China que te ofrecen una copia. Mas baratos?, Si. Pero cuando te llegue tu vestido te darás la arrepentida de tu vida. INTERNET DE CHINA ES UN NO-NO!. Siempre llama al numero que aparece en la página y comprueba que es una compañía legítima en Estados Unidos. Mucho cuidado!


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Being a part modeling and talent industry for close to 20 years I have attended my fair share of fashion shows, as a model and as a client. Recently, I was invited to attend a show of a very talented fashion designer. Sitting in a front row and watching models passing by I realized that the same models over and over again catch my attention and stood out throughout the whole show. They all had different looks but what I noticed about them was the fact that they one thing in common – they oozed with self-confidence. They had her shoulders back. They had her chins up. They had a very confident walk and it was so attractive and I thought “Isn’t that interesting”. You don’t have to be gorgeous. You don’t

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At Quinceañera Magazine Miss Cover Girl program we not only teach the technique of the model’s walk, but how to sit, rise, walk up and down stairs, enter a room and muchmuch more. This aspect of personal development will mean a great deal towards communicating confidence to the world.

have to have the most expensive clothes in the world. You don’t even have to have great hair. It is attractive to project self-confidence. That’s what models know, isn’t it? They know you have to project self-confidence on stage, on the runway, or in front of the camera. Getting ready for your Big Party means to get ready to be the center of attention. Can you handle it? Think of what virtues make up the popular, successful girl: her poise, her posture, her voice, her make-up, her clothes sense, the way she moves, and that wonderful quality of being natural, being herself as an individual; the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time, to have total

Project self-confidence. every day of your life, whether it’s at a social gathering or at school, no matter what the occasion is. Get your shoulders back, stand up tall, walk with determination. When you sit, don’t spread your legs all over the place, sit up nice and tall. When you shake hands, look that person right in the eyes, reach out your hand and shake in a nice firm grip that says, “I feel good, how about you?” Dress as though you’ve put some thought into your clothes. Make sure your clothes are neat, clean and pressed. Whether you’re talking to somebody or just listening, pay attention. Open your eyes, maintain eye contact, smile, nod, show the person that you’re interested in what they have to say. www.quinceanerasmagazine.com

confidence in herself. All these qualities add up to the sum total of success! When we see this girl, the one whom everyone likes, the one who people are drawn to, the one who seems to do everything right, we are inclined to think that she’s just lucky, that she was just born with so much, like the true beauty. If you look again, carefully this time, you will find that she is not the perfection you thought her to be, but that she has learned to create that illusion. All these attributes are actually skills which anyone can learn. No one is born with them, it is a fact that all successful, professional models have learned these skills; and so can you.

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COSDAEBSES a tus QUEACER H

34 Ir a un concierto de tu artista favorito.

1 Plantar un árbol.

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2 Aprender a nadar. 3 Aprender a patinar 4 Aprender a andar en bicicleta

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37 Conocer tu cuerpo por dentro y por fuera.

5 Empezar un diario de tu vida

38 Arrepentirte y pedirle perdón a alguien.

6 Saber bailar.

39 Ir con tu papá a su trabajo por un día.

7 Tener Buena ortografía.

40 Conocer a la familia de tus papás.

8 Haber leído un libro completo

41 Tener una mejor amiga.

9 Aprender una poesía.

42 Subir a un cerro.

10 Hablar en público. 11 Pintar tu propio cuarto 12 Tener una cuentita de banco. 13 Saber cocinar tu propio desayuno. 14 Pintar un cuadro. 15 Leer algún párrafo de la biblia por lo menos 16 Salir en una obra de tu escuela. 17 Saber tocar un instrumento musical. 18 Haber perdonado a alguien. 19 Tener pasión por algo (futbol, música, etc.) 20 Tener un autógrafo de un artista. 21 Tener una mascota 22 Ir de pesca. 23 Tener un álbum de fotografías personal. 24 Saber de computadoras. 25 Participar en reunir Fondos para una Buena causa. 26 Haber Ganado un concurso. 27 Disfrazarte de algo 28 Hacer una dieta y cumplirla 29 Ayudar a un anciano a cruzar la calle 30 Regalar tus muñecas a una niña pobre 31 Hablar dos idiomas por lo menos 32 Ir a la playa. 33 Ser baby sitter de un bebé por un día

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tuvo una pérdida humana.

43 Hablarle de Santa Claus a un niño (Para que crea

que si existe, no para convencerlo de que no eh?). 44 Cambiarle el pañalito a un bebé. 45 Saber la historia de como se conocieron tus papás. 46 Hacer un viaje a un lugar. 47 Tener un equipo de deportes favorito. 48 Guardar un secreto de tu mejor amiga. 49 Saber como usar una aguja con hilo. 50 Conocer la historia de tu país. 51 Contar un chiste. 52 Ayudarle a tu mama en la casa. 53 Ir de Hiking. 54 Dar un consejo a un amigo. 55 Resistir el uso de drogas. 56 Saber usar una cámara de fotos o de video. 57 Admirar a alguien. 58 Reciclar 59 Saber los riesgos de activar tu sexualidad

temprano. 60 Empujar un carro descompuesto. 61 Mojarte con la lluvia. 62 Decirle a alguien que le amas 63 Mirar un amanecer 64 Tener una colección


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FERENT LIFE MANY DIF E V LI N CA U YO AY. T JUST ANY W WAYS, BUT NO WANT TO U SOCIETY YO ESPECIALLY IN CATED. INED AND EDU BE VIEWED REF KE WE WOULD LI Y? D EA R U YO ARE U SINCE SOON YO TO TEST YOU, IN SOCIETY. WILL “DEBUT” NNERS A PROPER MA IS G IN W O LL FO TEST… AND ETIQUETTE

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WHEN YOU FINISH DINNER, YOU. A) Eat everything to compliment the chef. B) Leave a small amount on your plate as neatly as possible. C) You wait for someone to ask for more than you do the same. WHEN YOU TAKE A BITE OF YOUR FOOD. A) As long as it is small, you can keep on talking. B) You only chew, and don’t have anything to drink that very moment. C) You place your hand over your mouth so no one can see you eat.

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DURING YOUR FIESTA, YOU ACCIDENTLY SPILL A DRINK ON ONE OF YOUR GUESTS…What do you do? A) Apologize and leave B)Apologize and offer your guest a stain remover. C)Apologize and try to remove the stain yourself.

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IF ONE OF YOUR GUESTS IS A FOREIGNER, YOU… A) Treat him the same as all your other guests, and seat him amongst everyone. B) Provide special treatment and seat him with someone that understands his language. C) Isolate him at a table where he won’t be bothered.

IF YOU ARE INVITED TO A FIESTA AND YOU TAKE A PRESENT. A) You tell the host to handle with care because it was expensive. B) Hand over the present, expressing that you hope they like it C) You just hand it over.

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ONCE YOU ARE DONE WITH DINNER, WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE SILVERWARE? A) Remove from your plate and you place over a napkin. B) Place them together with the handles facing you C) Wrap them with a napkin and place them over the plate.

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IF IT IS A FEMALE YOU ARE GREETING. A) You hug her and kiss her cheek B) You only kiss her cheek C) You shake her hand

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YOU OPEN YOUR PRESENTS, AND YOU REALIZE YOU DON’T LIKE ONE OF THEM. A) Donate to charity. B) Save it anyway C) You later “regift” to someone you know will like it. 7

WHEN YOU WALK OUTDOORS, YOU. A) For security, you always walk on the center of the sidewalk. B) Always walk to the right against the wall C) You alternate sides, depending on people traffic.

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IF A GUEST ARRIVES WITH A PRESENT YOU KNOW IS fOR YOU, YOU… A) Politely direct him to the “gift” table B) Politely you take it, you thank him, later you take it to the “gift” table yourself. C) Politely you let him know it wasn’t necessary to bring a present.

WHEN GREETING A MALE, WHEN YOU ARE WEARING GLOVES.. A) You completely extend your hand and shake his. B) You remove your glove and shake his hands. C) Either way 14

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DURING DINNER YOU FIND A “BONE” IN YOUR FOOD… WHAT DO YOU DO? A) Discreetly you remove with your fingers and place next to your plate. B) Discreetly you take a spoon, place the bone over it and place on the side of your plate. C) Discreetly you turn around, and when no one is looking you spit it out.

IF YOU ARE SITTING AND SOMEONE INTRODUCES YOU TO A YOUNG MAN. A) You stand and shake his hand B) You stay seated and extend out your hand to him C) You only say “hello”, because you are eating.

HOW TO USE THE NAPKIN AT THE TABLE. You place it to the side so you won’t mess up the decorations. You unfold it and place it over your lap. Leave as is and use it from where it is.

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decorations – Your dress – a vision. La cena y pastel – perfect. The rooms s just for you. flawless. Your Chambelan de Honor even took dance lesson so proud dad and Your court is anxious for the party to begin.Your mom The for. waited has ne of their mija. So here comes the moment everyo

s and finally – introduction of your Court, Padrinos & Madrinas, your Parent begins. The DJ music The dim. lights The . Honor de elan you and your Chamb speaks and….

The music’s volume is driving The internet is as great your abuelitas to run outside. The DJ mumbles something no one can understand. He announces your Tio Juan as Tio Jose and ignores the order of the Court. You are introduced to a song you’ve never heard before and your Vals sounds like something they play at the circus.

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your DJ doesn’t have the right music, knows nothing about the traditions of a quince celebration and is dressed like it’s a backyard party instead of dressing for the most important day of your young life. Party ruined. Thanks for coming….

place to search for your DJ. However, meeting them face to face and seeing exactly what they offer is essential to see if their style matches what you’re looking for. Here are some things to remember when choosing your DJ for your Quinceañera : Has he done a Quinceañera before and is he familiar with the traditions and music played at the event. Does he have a clear and appealing voice? He’ll be doing plenty of announcements throughout the night. Not only introductions, but keeping your guests informed as to the formalities of the evening. Will he meet with you and your parents and exchange ideas that will make the party much more enjoyable for everyone ?

There is no reason this should happen. With a little research It is very important that he

and by asking the right questions of your DJ, you can avoid this disaster and have the quinceañera you’ve always dreamed about. A large majority of you have never hired a DJ. It’s assumed that they are all the same. There is a huge difference between a professional experienced DJ / Host and that friend of the family who plays at all the house parties and family gatherings. While he may be capable of handling these parties, it takes a true professional to make your event successful and fun for everyone.

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have a written detailed contract for his services. If he says “Don’t worry about it. I’ll show up.” Run! Run away!! If it’s a company that offers multiple DJ’s make sure you meet the DJ assigned to you and that there is a guarantee that he will remain your DJ. He should also have liability insurance.

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and others to make sure the nights flows smoothly. Can he create an exciting dance party. Your family and friends came to dance. Can he supply the right mix to keep the dance floor pumping all night. The cost of great entertainment should not be the determining factor in your decision to hire a DJ. By setting your priorities ahead of time as to what is most important to you, you can have a fun and memorable event and still stay within your budget. It is very important that your DJ represent you and your family in the best way possible. He should ask you about sensitive issues involving your family and friends. He should ask about who your guests are so that they will be included into the celebration. Especially if they’re coming from out of town. The equipment your DJ brings should be professional and be presented in a clean manner that doesn’t interfere with the rooms décor. The music should be clean edited so that your Tias won’t be embarrassed.

Can your DJ make you feel special and make your dreams come true. Such a special moment in you life should be just that – special. It’s been said that a DJ can make or break a party. Don’t take a chance and hire the wrong entertainment. Shop for the one that best matches your personality and needs. It’s your day. Demand the best. You deserve it.


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The perfect dress dress The perfect

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Bring down your height. A ball gown works nicely, if it has a train, let it come around the dress instead of extending it; this takes the focus away from your height. Bare your shoulders, possibly an off the shoulders neckline with vast sleeves are a good option. Dramatic veils are also in alternative.

Too thin.

A heavier fabric like velvet, satín or moire will give you an illusion of extra pounds. Embroidery to the waist and narrow sleeves will make a great addition.

To look thinner.

With an A-line dress or Princess cut dress. A classic slim cut with vertical lines is also possible. Go with a strapless neckline and avoid heavy and extra fabric on the skirt.

Minimize bust area.

A neckline in “V” or high neck with a peep hole is usually more attractive. Avoid empire waist cut, this brings more attention to the upper portion of the dress. A column or straight line skirt would be great, even a full skirt would work nicely.

Small bust area.

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A halter neckline works great for the bust area. Bring details to the area, by having applications, embroidering, etc. to give it volume. Consider a sweetheart neckline.

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Slim down the hip area.

This is a very common concern. Consider an A-line cut dress. Focus on the upper portion of the body and waist area (instead of the hip area) when choosing your dress.

Short torso.

A-line dress types work best for you. Your torso will be more defined by having your skirt start a few centimeters below your real waist and ending in a V at the bottom.

Wide back. Select a dress with

an ample skirt, very simple sleeves and avoid extra embroidering to the top of the dress. Bring the attention to the skirt.

Narrow shoulders

If you have narrow shoulders, small bust and wide hips, you will need to bring some balance to the upper portion of the dress with a corset, some details to the shoulders, such as voluminous sleeves and a “V” neckline cut or go strapless, but the key to making a strapless successful is to have lots of embroidery on the greater part of the corset, such as flowers and bows.

Lots of curves.

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Want to appear taller.

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