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Redbook Jun/Jul 2018

Redbook is here to to entertain, inspire, inform, and help remind you to live your “to-be” list and not just disappear into your to-do list. Redbook offers a modern mix of chiconomical beauty and fashion updates; stylish entertaining and home ideas; truthful, grounded advice about your health; sexy ways to stay close to your guy; nuanced guidance on thorny emotional issues; and frank discussions of the challenges of managing (and managing to enjoy) all the roles and responsibilities that defines your life now.

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meet our editors

Do you love your job? It’d be great if everyone could say yes, but maybe even more important is being able to say, “I love my colleagues.” They’re the people we see almost as much as we do our own families, the ones who notice when we’re killing it, when we’re stuck, and when we’ve gotten a new haircut. I love magazine people, because they tend to take the job—but not themselves—very seriously. Like, we have meetings about pink vs. purple on the cover (actual quote: “Is it weird if her name, Pink, is in purple?”) and whether “quick dinners” or “no-cook dinners” is more appealing (you’ll see on page 98 that we just went with both). But then we laugh—it’s pretty great to work with other crazy people who…

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behind the scenes

“I literally work in a closet, but it’s amazing because it’s the fashion closet, which is huge and filled with clothes. It was still chilly when we were working on this issue, so I loved being surrounded by all the summer stuff (my favorite sunglasses are the clear Vogue pair on page 17)!”—Ann Wang, associate fashion editor“I learn a ton when I design our beauty pages—like, to stop ignoring my legs when I put on sunscreen! Lots of women do, but that’s a common spot for melanoma. The article on page 44 also suggests the best SPF for my skin, so no excuses this year.”—Elease Crump, associate art director“We needed an extra-special escape from this extra-long winter, so the home and food editors teamed up on a party plan (page…

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ask redbook

CHILL OUT WITH A GROWN-UP ICE POPTreat your BBQ guests to this boozy treat from Ice Kitchen Poptails ($20, by Nadia and Cesar Roden: In a bowl, toss 1 lb mixed berries with ½ cup sugar and 1½ Tbsp fresh lemon juice. Stir in ½ cup Riesling and let sit until berries have softened, 3 hours. Stir in another 1 cup Riesling and pour mixture into 8 to 10 freezer-pop molds, leaving a small space at the top. Freeze until slushy, 90 minutes, then insert sticks and freeze until solid, at least 5 hours or overnight.THE PRETTIEST SUMMER POLISHA good reason to step outside your blush and red comfort zone: Essie’s Gel Couture Avant-Garde Collection ($11.50, in Avant-Garment, a dandelion yellow that’s like the best lemonade—bold, sweet, and…

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choose a statement…

COLORFUL WAYFARERSPretty pastels freshen up the icon. COSMOPOLITAN sunglasses, $35, saveyewear.comGLITTERWhat’s more diva than oversize black shades? Ding, ding, ding! $20, bando.comDETAILED METALThese delicate frames will lend your look loads of sophisticated drama. $17, icing.comBRIGHT YELLOWHappy-hued sunnies are bold, yet super-easy to pull off. $140, toms.comRIMLESSIf aviators are your jam, try this sporty-chic cousin. $6, rainbowshops.comMARBLEDAn interesting swap for classic tortoiseshell frames. $120,…AND ADD A SUNNY GLOWFor a believable (faux) bronze, pick the right formula for your skin type, then find your perfect tone.FOR DRY SKIN: CREAMPHYSICIANS FORMULA Murumuru Butter Bronzer in Light Bronzer, $15, physicians formula.comFOR OILY SKIN: POWDERESTÉE LAUDER Bronze Goddess Powder Bronzer in Deep, $42, esteelauder.comFOR COMBINATION SKIN: LIQUIDBENEFIT COSMETICS Dew the Hoola Liquid Bronzer, $28, benefit ■…

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fashion under $100

UNDER $50STOCK UP ON PALM PRINTSThe tropical motif has rarely felt so ritzy and never goes out of style.Big leaves get a big dose of polish from muted hues.A New Day Bag, $35, target.comShort and sweet always wins.Shorts, $32, (20% off with code RBK20)More fun (but just as easy) to dress up or down as a basic shift.Dress, $35, tjmaxx.comProblem: a blah outfit. Solution: this funky belt.Belt, $40, aldoshoes.comPerk up jeans and a tee quickly by sliding these on.Heels, $33, lulus.comNice enough for a luxe resort at a HoJo price.Swimsuit Top, $25 (sizes 32A to 30D), and Bottom, $18 (sizes 2 to 16), hm.comYour new fave casual element of high-low combos.Shirt, $49, shop.guess.comTell anyone who asks that you got them at a fancy beachside boutique.Earrings, $49, stelladot.comUNDER $75GRAB SOME…

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the new color rules

DO ALL-OUT PINKWearing sleek pieces of any hue head to toe makes for a supremely polished outfit. In the girliest of shades, it’ll also be fresh and youthful.SILVERICY BLUECOPPERTop, $76, (20% off with code RBK20). Skirt, $24, Jacket, $98, Sizes XS to XXL. Heels, $90, UP METALSThink of any foiled tone, even a brighter one like this gleamy blue, as a neutral, just like silver or copper. Together they make interesting but calming partners for punchier pieces.OLIVE GREENROSE GOLDShirt, $29, covert C/MEO Collective Jacket and Pants, $215 and $165, Heels, $295, Bag, $258, Rings (worn throughout) on left hand, top and middle, $375 and $350,; bottom, $45, Rings on right hand and earrings, Lisa’s own.GLAM UP YOUR EARTH TONESThe pretty…