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Seventeen (2-year)

4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)

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Product Description

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Seventeen is a general service magazine for young women emphasizing fashion, beauty and lifestyle information, including health, food, careers, relationships, sports and entertainment.

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Seventeen is your handbook to life! Full of great fashion tips that keep you ahead of the trends... the hottest makeup, the best products for beautiful skin, must have jeans, the best shoes, belts & bags, and those great little dresses that keep you looking your best at school, parties... or just about anywhere! Get the latest scoop on celebrities, music, movies and more. Plus, catch up on the guy scene every month with Seventeen's Guy Talk. Recent features include “615 Fashion & Beauty Ideas,” “Be Green: Easy Ways to Save the Planet,” “Your Best Abs Ever,” and “Our First Celeb Beauty Awards.”

Who Reads Seventeen?
Seventeen readers want a guide where they can find everything important, all in one place. Seventeen's fashion-conscious, trendy readers are interested in the latest beauty and style trends. They want to know what's hot in music and movies and get the latest celebrity gossip. Seventeen readers are sophisticated and identify with social issues, political dilemmas, and world news.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:

  • Fashion: sportswear, footwear, fashion jewelry & watches, handbags, swimwear, sleepwear/lingerie...
  • Beauty: cosmetics, hair care, skin care...
  • Health: mind and body health, fitness, nutrition...
  • Love Life: boys, dating, and love...
  • Your Life: teenage experiences, true crime, girls who made a difference...
  • Weekend: entertainment, party planning, room makeovers...
  • And… Letter from the Editor, letters from readers, Traumarama, horoscopes.

Magazine Layout:
Seventeen expertly blends engaging articles with beautiful photos. Learn how to do anything with easy directions and step-by-step pictures... craft your hair into the perfect style, strengthen your core for flat abs, and apply makeup to get your perfect look. Each section of the magazine is clearly identifiable, so you can quickly find your favorite articles.

Contributors:
Leading the diverse Seventeen team, Ann Shoket was named editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine in January 2007. Under her helm, Seventeen continues to represent an important rite of passage, helping more than 13 million readers grow up to be confident, self-assured young women.

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Comparisons to Other Magazines:
Over the past five decades, Seventeen has helped shape teenage life in America. Seventeen has represented an important rite of passage, helping to define, socialize and empower young women. Seventeen has been a significant force for change—creating notions of beauty and style, proclaiming what’s hot in music and movies, identifying social issues, celebrating the idols and icons of popular culture. One of the most buzz-worthy programs is the “Seventeen Body Peace Project,” a year-long initiative to help girls stop obsessing about what their body looks like, start appreciating it for what it can do, and ultimately make peace with their bodies. Seventeen also partnered with MySpace, the largest social networking site, to launch the ground-breaking Web reality program “Freshman 15,” which gives millions of teens an inside scoop on the often overwhelming emotional and lifestyle changes taking place at college.

Advertising:
Seventeen readers have a passion for a variety of products. Advertisers include fashion, retail, footwear, accessories, beauty and health products. These range from luxury goods to everyday essentials targeted to fashion conscious, trendy young women.
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The perky authority on all things girl since 1944, Seventeen magazine still provides advice and encouragement to masses of young misses. Although the primary focus is fashion and famous folk, this teen zine is not mere eye candy. Mixed among the cutting-edge styles (and multitudinous ads) you'll find short but plentiful articles. Topics range in import: fluff stuff like "What Will You Wear Back to School?" and "The Ultimate Ponytail Guide" is balanced by heavier fodder, such as "No One Believes I Was Raped" and pieces on having a gay sibling and the dangers of binge drinking. Skewed largely toward a Caucasian teen audience, the magazine's coverage of beauty and relationship conundrums does offer nods to young women of color. The tone is resolutely positive, and amid all the talk of must-have hairdos and hottie alerts, the message is girl power in its most nonthreatening guise. --Brangien Davis

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Product Details

  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B000LXS9PE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118 in Magazines (See Top 100 in Magazines)
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151 of 170 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Be very cautious! January 30, 2010
Subscription Term Name:2 years|Verified Purchase
I decided to get this for my daughter who is twelve after reading reviews from other customers saying it was pretty much fashion, hair, and makeup because there are so few options for a tween girl. She has outgrown the American Girl magazines at this point and wanted something a little more mature, but I didn't expect it to be so mature!

I had this magazine as a teen and really liked it. For the most part, the reviews were right. My daughter looks at the hair styles and clothes and might read an article or two, but one thing has really changed! Luckily I looked through the magazine before I gave it to her because there were all kinds of questions about sex in one article. The questions consisted of where to find the "g-spot" and if you were still a virgin after anal sex! That definitely wasn't in there when I once read this magazine.

I understand it's called Seventeen for a reason, but I just wish someone had informed me of the sexual nature some of the articles may have before I ordered it. So,I now just go through the magazines before she sees them and tear out anything she shouldn't be reading. She gets the censored version.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This magazine is GREAT, period. September 15, 2006
A Kid's Review
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I am 13, and I know I am young, but I am becoming curious of many different things and am changing in so many ways now. Seventeen is one of the magazines that really affects my life. This magazine is very resourceful and also fun. One thing to say, there isn't that much bad information that kids shouldn't be reading, but parents, I do advise that you review the magazine before letting your child read it. They have the fashion section, where not just one body type is included, but all body types and they have tons of different styles. They have great style tips too which I bet you'll like. They also have the beauty section which has tips on how to apply your makeup, and they have a wide variety of different makeup looks, so you're not stuck with the one look that has too much makeup on. They have the feature articles, which are both fun and informing. Time to time, they'll have an article on sex (just to say that to people who won't want to be reading that). They have many other things in the magazine like Tramarama which is embarassing stories, 17 Mission, which is an article that gets the attention of the reader to focus on everyday problems, like global warming or breast cancer. I hope you enjoyed this review as much as I love the magazine, but the only way you can really tell if you like the magazine is to just go check it out at your local grociery store or bookstore.
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79 of 94 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Message To Parents December 31, 2005
By Juliet
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I think that Seventeen is an excellent magazine for teenagers. The health section is great, fashion tips are fabulous, and anything that happens to be about sex is informative.

Sex Articles: Come on people, if you want to keep your daughters away from this stuff they might as well live in a convent. Your daughters are going to know way more than you think and better they hear it from some place that gives them the truth and not from a friend who means well but just doesn't know anything. Sure, there is nothing that says "DON'T HAVE SEX" but it gives girls what they need to hear and then your parenting will decide when and what they do.

Health: These days there isn't a girl around who doesn't want to be stick thin. It isn't their fault, it's the media. The good thing about Seventeen is that it shows girls instead of how to loose weight, how to be healthy. They have great food ideas, exersize plans and an over all healthy attitude towards weight loss and body image.

Fashion: Seventeen has one of the best fashion sections out of all of the teen magazines. Yeah, it is fun to see the occasional Chanel or Marc Jacobs outfit in a magazine but not when it plasters the pages. Seventeen suggests affordable outfit ideas from drop-dead-gorgeous sling backs to don't-you-wish-you-knew-me jeans. Their "Splurge" outfits are just the right amount of occasional fantasy.

Fun: They've got their share of cutesy quizzes and embarrassing stories because they realize that teens aren't adults and they still need a little childish fun. There are decoration tips, organization advice and some of the best stress reliever ideas I've ever seen.

Note: They do have a regular article called "17 Real Life" which is usually okay with the occasional disturbing story.
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40 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Await it every month... November 24, 2001
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I've been getting this magazine since before I was 17. I was at my grandmother's house for some holiday, and my cousin was flipping through old issues of Seventeen. I decided that I wanted a subscription that day, and I've been getting them since, saving every single issue (or trying!), and loving that I always get at least one piece of mail a month. Now I am 21, and I can't make myself quit my Seventeen. I don't really know why. I just personally love the magazine, and, sure, there are some issues where I don't read as much as I wish I could. But I probably will continue Seventeen for a lot longer. If anything, it is a nice trip down memory lane to look in an old Seventeen (from 1995) and read about old movies, old stars and old clothes. Almost like reading an old yearbook.
For any teen wanting a great magazine, I would definately recommend this one. It is fun, helpful and addicting.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars She loves it.
Got this for my seventeen year old and it is a huge hit. She really likes the info inside. She reads it cover to cover.
Published 3 days ago by D
5.0 out of 5 stars This gift made me a sweet aunt.
My 13 yr old niece looks forward to its delivery every month. This gift made me a sweet aunt.
Published 14 days ago by D. Muller
1.0 out of 5 stars this is a complete waste of money
I purchased a year subscription for my step sister in April. I know it can take a month or two to get your first magazine after you subscribe, but it is now October and we still... Read more
Published 23 days ago by Crystal Case
5.0 out of 5 stars Big hit
My 17 year old grand daughter loves it!
Published 1 month ago by Susan Mo
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Thank you!
Published 1 month ago by Ken Kolbenschlag
4.0 out of 5 stars Seventeen
'Seventeen' is a wonderful magazine for a young woman (older teen 16+). It's full of fashion, makeup, beauty, fitness, articles, tips & tricks. Vibrant pictures! Read more
Published 1 month ago by Chloe
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
My granddaughter loves that magazine and that is why I always renew it.
Published 1 month ago by Judy G
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
My daughter loves the magazine and she is very happy to get it delivered.
Published 2 months ago by William E Bent
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Tweens
My girls like it. My two teenage daughters share the subscription. I do notice that they enjoyed it more when they were between ages of 10-13 more.
Published 2 months ago by J. A. Diemert
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
what i wanted
Published 2 months ago by Tresia Devine
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Does this magazine have posters in it?
Yes. For example, In Feb. 2013 they had a poster with a collage of guys from the "Hot Guy Panel". In the Oct. 2013 issue they had a poster with collage of athletes and their quotes on confidence. I don't think they have posters of celebrities.
Mar 29, 2014 by Serena |  See all 2 posts
is 17 magizine okay for pre -teens?
Personally, some topics are a little mature for some ages [under 12] but i think that they have good advice in it... But for pre-teens i would suggest Girls Life! [= I love both but Girls Life is geared for younger girls!
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