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Carta del Director First of all we thank God for the opportunity of meeting, sharing, and connecting with so many beautiful people with this magazine.

To you dreamy quinceañera we present our latest issue which will not only help plan your fairy quince, but also makes it an easier, exciting, stress free bonding time with your parents. With our publication, expos, and www.quinceanerasmagazine.com we bring you a direct connection to some of the best vendors in the industry. With this issue we proudly introduce Quinceañeras Foundation a non-profit organization, a division of our organization to create funds and promote our stay in school program through scholarships and resources for those pursuing a higher education. With your help and support, we will change the future of thousands of teenagers across the country.

r e v o On C Hello!My name is Cindy Montalvo. I am 14 and a freshman at Eisenhower High School. I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Chicago. I enjoy doing sports, dancing, helping others & being with my family and friends. I am extremely blessed and thankful for all these wonderful opportunities given to me. I would love to thank everyone who has supported me, specially my family for pushing me to reach my goals! I would like to thank Quinceañeras Magazine for making my dream of becoming a cover girl a reality. It is a huge honor to represent Quinceañeras magazine and to be a great role model to girls my age, whom use Quinceañeras M-agazine for tips and advice during their quinceañera planning! The experience of the pageant itself was life changing for me. I look forward to this wonderful journey that has just begun. I’m truly grateful. Much love, Cindy Montalvo

To our valued customers we wish you growth, success and happiness in all of your business ventures. This edition is a symbol of our hard work and progress in continuing to be the best magazine for Quinceañeras in Chicago. Thank you and God bless you all.

Hola! My name is Emmelly Villagran, I’m fifteen years old and I

was born and raised in Chicago, IL. I am currently a sophomore at Von Steuben high school and enrolled in all honors classes. I love singing in my schools choir and dancing in jabba club. My dream job is to become a kindergarten teacher because I love teaching kids and also I want to be a role model to the young girls and show them to never give up on their dreams. I would like to thank my parents, family and friends for the unconditional support they give me. I would also want to thank Quinceañeras Magazine for welcoming me into the Cover Girl family with open arms and for giving me this incredible opportunity of representing this magazine. I can’t wait to see where my Cover Girl journey takes me next! Thanks! -Emmy

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What it takes to be Alright, so I know that it’s every Quinceañera’s dream

to be on the cover of Quinceañeras Magazine. You may think you have what it takes because you’re photogenic, charming, and beautiful. But the winner of the Miss Cover Girl beauty pageant is more than that. She is a public speaker, she’s elegant, charismatic, professional, confident, educated, and modest. Most importantly, she is a role model to girls all over the country at every age. The team at Quinceañeras Magazine is very careful about whom we allow to be contestants for our beauty pageants and the judges that we choose know exactly what were looking for.

So before you decide to enter the beauty pageant in hopes of winning and becoming the next face of Quinceañeras Magazine ask yourself these questions: Photos By: QM Chicago / Ruben Aguayo

Photo By: QM Utah

Can I be a role model? We would like a young

lady worthy of having young girls looking up to her. Do you curse, have inappropriate pictures on myspace, argue with your parents or get in trouble at school? Those are some of the qualities that we do NOT want in a cover girl. Those things not only misrepresent our magazine, but her family’s upbringings and herself. We want a girl that is committed to furthering her education, has strong morals, a positive attitude and has a strong sense of who she is. That girl is worthy of being recognized and admired.

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Do I like to speak in front of large crowds of people? When we present our cover girl at

events or expos, sometimes it is expected for her to give encouraging words to future quinceañeras or talk about her experience as cover girl. It never fails to impress parents, judges, business partners or strangers when a young lady can gain the attention of a crowd and speak clearly and elaborately.

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Am I modest? What we want is a girl that can carry

herself confidently and modestly, whether it’s what you’re wearing, how you’re talking, or who you surround yourself with. All of these things determine first impressions and what example you’re giving to others, especially young girls.

Am I committed?

Being a cover girl takes a lot of time and responsibility. Of course everyone has other activities, and sports, but can you make time to be cover girl? It is a full-time job of representing a dress, advertised businesses, and Quinceañeras magazine. Also you will be expected to make appearances at events maybe even after your time as covergirl, and you too become a team member of QM. People will recognize you and notice how you carry yourself. Commitment is key to excellence.

As you can see, being a cover girl is more than just a pretty girl pictured on a magazine. She is a symbol of hard work, commitment, and modesty. These things combined are more beautiful than physical beauty. It is a privilege and a once in a life time opportunity and the girl that is most qualified will win. Before you make the decision to be a contestant, ask yourself honestly: do I have what it takes to be the next cover of Quinceañeras Magazine?


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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.

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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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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. Confidence

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.

alities that each What are the qu projects? confident person : on knows how to A confident pers WALK WITH POISE MAINTAIN BEAUTIFUL POSTURE SIT WITH GRACE GIVE A CONFIDENT HAND SHAKE BE A GOOD LISTENER KEEP A GREAT CONVERSATION DRESS WITH STYLE ALWAYS LOOK “PULLED TOGETHER” AND WELL-GROOMED


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You have to say thanks in public, and it’s not proper to hide away and pretend that no one will notice. It is your celebration and everyone expects to see you shine in every aspect throughout the night. This will probably be the most difficult part of your party because the excitement, the goose bumps, fear of public speaking and lots of other factors might keep you from saying how grateful you are and to whom.

For instance: “I’d like to thank you all for sharing with me this special day, and this beautiful party which wouldn’t have been possible without the help of my parents and my family. I thank all and each one of them for their effort, their support and love. I love you all and I hope you continue to enjoy the party.

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“Today is one of the most important and happy days of my life and now that I get a chance to celebrate it with my family and friends I want to thank you for your support and love. Thank you for coming and Let’s party!” Of course these are just suggestions, but you can say whatever you want as long as you stay relaxed and cool, and don’t let nervousness betray you.


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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. 2

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.

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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.

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. 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.

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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.

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.

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FERENT LIFE MANY DIF E V LI N CA U YO AY. T JUST ANY W WAYS, BUT NO WANT SOCIETY YOU ESPECIALLY IN D. AND EDUCATE ED IN EF R E B TO LIKE Y? WE WOULD ARE YOU READ U YO SINCE SOON TO TEST YOU, IN SOCIETY. WILL “DEBUT” NERS PROPER MAN A IS G IN W O FOLL TEST… AND ETIQUETTE

IF A MALE IS GREETING YOU, YOU. A) Extend your hand as far as he extended his to you. B) Try to place your hand over his palm. C) Doesn’t matter as long as it’s soft and delicate.

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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.

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

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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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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.

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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.

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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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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The perfect dress dress The perfect

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.

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

If you have a bust, ample hips and a defined waistline, dresses that are more fitted emphasize very well your proportionate body. Go for A-Line, Princess cut or Mermaid cut dresses.

If you are tall.

If you are tall and thin you can shine in almost any type of dress, as long as it does not make you look too thin and without shape. The ideal is an off the shoulder with tiers and flounces, a natural waist and full skirt would create an optical effect of volume.

Want to appear taller.

If your height is 5 feet or less you should wear more of a simple model dress. Avoid any detail to the shoulders, such as puffy sleeves or long fitted sleeves. If your dress has a train, it must go in agreement with the stature of your body and not be out of proportion. Try a dress with a high neckline collar and empire waist. Another idea is to have capped sleeves and wear long gloves. Consider going with a strapless neckline cut.

Very tall and broad shoulders.

Opt for more of a simple dress, without embroidering, of single lines that defined your figure without bringing attention to your upper body. Avoid the ample shoulder reinforcements, the cross straps or halter necklines, and full skirts with lots of flare. Bring down your height.

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getting everything ready for your Quince, you prepare what you’re going to wear that day, your dress, and your outfit for baile de sorpresa and then you pick shoes that match your dress. You want something that matches your dress, but comfortable is the key word. It’s has been tradition to wear flats or sandals for church and through out the day. Now a days girls like to wear new Converse or Vans sneakers that match their dress as well. Then at the reception it is a custom for the father or father figure of the quinceañera to take off her “young girl” shoes, place the heels on her feet and then they dance. This is yet another symbol of a girl going into womanhood. Part of turning fifteen is being able to wear high heels, but maybe you don’t know what style to pick.

Here are 4 tips to picking the perfect shoes:

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•Pick a height you’re comfortable with.

Just because your friend can walk in four inch stilettos, doesn’t mean you have to start there. It would be a good idea to start with maybe 1-2 inches and once you’re comfortable walking in those, eventually you’ll feel confident wearing 4 inch heels too if you choose!

•Make sure they’re plat formed: The thinner

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the sole of the shoe or the thinner the heel, the more pain you should expect. Ask the sales associate at the store to show you their platform heels, it gives you an extra cushion and they’re easier to walk in.

•Practice walking in them for a day: You want to

make sure that you can actually walk in them before you dance the night away at your quince. It looks bad when a girl has a pair of cute heels, but can hardly walk in them. Put them on, wear them around the house or to run errands, break them in that way your feet don’t freak out when you wear them all night.

•Pick a neutral color: It’s always better to pick colors like silver or gold. Not only do they give good contrast to any dress, 62 you can always wear them again for other events.

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HOPEFULLY THESE TIPS will make it easier for you to decide which pair of shoes is best for you not just for your quinceañera but also for everyday use. Worst case scenario, you can always switch back to your flats or sneakers that night, but remember you can’t wear those forever. Imagine a lawyer or business woman wearing sneakers with a dress! Start small and work your way up. Wearing heels is very feminine and a part of womanhood.

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HELP US TO BUILD THEIR DREAMS. We envision a world in which young Latina women will graduate successfully from High School and gain access to higher education. Our mission is to provide Latina girls with incentives to graduate from High School by creating opportunities to pursue higher education.

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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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The most trendy and innovative designs to please your taste, to full fill all your wishes and protect your budget.

CLEVER

Smart phones, smart cars, smart everything. Why not a smart dress? Our corsets are designed to enhance the shape of your body.

AND FABULOUS! Just like you. Period.

See the photo shoot for this collection on our website.

TO FIND AN EXCLUSIVE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR IN YOUR AREA

www.BellaSeraDresses.com


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Celebrate

Your

Quinceanera Book a Quinceanera and get Double Game Play on $20, $25, and $30 Power Cards* Customizable banquet halls, fantastic food, delicious drinks and the latest and greatest games – just a few things the princess can look forward to at Dave & Buster’s. Give our Special Events Managers a call today and see how we can help bring your vision to life.

$50 POWER CARD for the celebrant!

Call 1.877.693.2632 or visit daveandbusters.com/specialevents *PROMOTIONAL. EXPIRES: 02/02/2014. This offer must be referenced at the time of booking through our Special Events department. Offer is valid for special events held before February 2, 2014. This offer is only available in conjunction with a regular priced buffet. Offer is not valid with any other promotional offer. Prices may vary by location. Revenue minimums and other restrictions may apply. Minor policies vary by location - please check www.daveandbusters.com/locations. See store for details.


IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUR DRESS (And how you look in it) Not all dresses are created equal.

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Bella Será has an exclusive structured design that helps improve your figure. From bust to waist and hips you’ll discover the best of you. Go to your local Bella Será distributor and try one on. You’ll fall in love with your new instant shape. See the photo shoot for this collection on our website.

TO FIND AN EXCLUSIVE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR IN YOUR AREA

www.BellaSeraDresses.com



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