September 2021

Timely and always star-worthy, J-14 covers celebrity news like no other teen title. From up-to-the-minute breaking news and star style standouts to who's dating who and must-watch entertainment, J-14 is THE all access destination for teens with a passion for pop culture.

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A360 Media, LLC
USD 4.99
USD 16.97
10 Números

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1 min.
emma’s top three!

ONE DRY SHAMPOO! After bleaching her hair, Emma’s focusing on her hair health, which means fewer washes. “I avoid washing my hair and try to only do it a few times per week,” she tells us. “[Dry shampoo] keeps my hair looking presentable, even when it hasn’t been washed in days.” TWO FACE EXFOLIATOR! Emma’s still learning about skincare and her recent discovery is a game changer. “I never realized how important exfoliating your skin was until this year,” she explains. “It helps get rid of the junk on your face and gives you the BEST glow.” THREE TINTED MOISTURIZER! Emma can’t stop raving about her fave foundation, the Kosas Tinted Face Oil. “I talk about this product way too much, but it changed my LIFE. It’s a light and hydrating foundation.”…

4 min.
is it true?

IS SABRINA EMBARRASSED ABOUT GIRL MEETS WORLD? It was the role that made her a star, but Sabrina Carpenter admits that watching herself play Maya Hart makes her cringe! “It’s funny because if someone turns on something old I did, I’m like, ‘Turn it off, please. I will cry. Please don’t watch it,’” she spills. “But I obviously know it’s out there and it’s a part of my story.” Looking back, being a kid meant she didn’t care much about how she looked or how she acted the way she does now. “When you’re that age, you don’t care about looking weird or silly,” Sabrina says. “It’s normal and you accept yourself, which is why other people accept it.” But it’s not all bad! “There’s some things I did when I was…

2 min.
boost your social media self-esteem!

SPREAD THE LOVE Have you ever heard the expression, “You get back what you put out”? It means that the energy you put out into the world will come back to you. Use this logic to leave considerate comments on people’s posts, whether they’re celebs, strangers or your besties! SEEK OUT POSITIVITY Be intentional with who you follow. Look for accounts that encourage individuality, celebrate small victories and provide inspiration. SET BOUNDARIES AND CREATE HEALTHY ROUTINES If you know your friends are hanging out while you’re stuck at home babysitting, stay off social media! It’ll replace that FOMO with a reminder that life is happening off-screen, too! REMIND YOURSELF OF THE TRUTH Seeing photo after photo of people who look like absolute perfection can take a toll. Remember that photos can be edited and that comparing yourself…

4 min.
olivia gets brutally honest!

“brutal” This intro track sets the tone for the record, but it was the last song Olivia wrote. She found inspiration for the song in an unexpected moment. “The day before [I wrote it], I overheard someone talk about how ‘brutal’ the entertainment industry was and I remember thinking the word was so interesting and descriptive,” she explains. “I love brutally honest, borderline pathetic lyrics and so we tried to do that in the verses.” “traitor” Olivia admits that she’s a “super-specific songwriter,” so it’s easy to dissect this track’s lyrics and come up with theories that they’re aimed at a certain famous ex-boyfriend, (ahem, Joshua Bassett) but Olivia isn’t playing that game! “I guess I would prefer people to relate it back to their lives,” she says. “I can't tell you how…

3 min.
shawn’s battle with writer’s block: “i didn’t know how to write a single word!”

With his latest album, Wonder, Shawn Mendes gave us the most personal look at his life yet. The songs feel like Shawn being his true self, and we love him for it. But, while the end result may be his best work yet, the process of getting there was not an easy one. In fact, Shawn nearly canceled the whole thing! It all started a while back when Shawn was getting ready to start working on the album. He and his team rented a house with an ocean view in Los Angeles. With a studio all to themselves, Shawn was set to start making songs. And then … nothing. “When it came time to write, I felt completely trapped,” Shawn recalls. “Actually, I felt panicked, like I didn’t know how to…

2 min.
joshua on embracing his sensitive side: “crying is cool!

We all know Joshua Bassett as his character, Ricky Bowen, on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. He’s a good friend with a passion for music and a great sense of humor. He’s also a sensitive guy who writes songs from the heart and expresses his emotions. Those are all things we love his character for, but, in his real life, Joshua has struggled with being equally as open. “I WAS TAUGHT NOT TO CRY.” Growing up, Joshua felt like he had to keep a major part of himself hidden because of the judgment he would face from others. You see, he was a sensitive kid, and adults, along with kids his own age, told him he needed to be tougher. “I, like most men I know, was taught not to…