Also in the March 2014 issue:
- Wildflower: Spring fashion is fresh and romantic inspired by verdant Mexican landscapes.
- Punk Is Pretty: Make over your beauty routine with edgy, punk-inspired colors, nail shapes and hairstyles.
- Natural Beauty: Discover five new products that can help you achieve that glowing no-makeup look.
- Delicious, Diet-Friendly Latin Food: CBS Recipe Rehab chef Evette Ríos demonstrates three indulgent Latin recipes—tacos, ropa vieja and even tamales!—made over to cut fat without sacrificing sabor.
- Rosie Perez: Iconic Latina actress Rosie Perez goes in depth in her new memoir about her troubled childhood, her rise to stardom in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing and how she’s opened doors for everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Zoë Saldaña.
- Ladies of Mariachi: The tradition-bound Mexican music genre is getting a jolt of new life, thanks to all-female mariachi bands like Trio Ellas and the Grammy-winning Mariachi Divas.
- Paz Vega: The Spanish actress, in this month’s Grace of Monaco, discusses how she balances family life with shooting films all over the world, and why her son freaked out when he watched her 2004 film Spanglish.
- Eiza Gonzalez: Before she stars in Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, Mexican telenovela star and singer Eiza Gonzalez sat down with Latina to talk about locking lips with Liam Hemsworth and getting in shape for her new role by scarfing down In-N-Out burgers.
- Julie Gonzalo: On season two of TNT’s smash soap Dallas, Argentinean bombshell Julie Gonzalo schemes her way to oil-country dominance. We asked her how she’d handle several common soap opera dilemmas.
- Relationship Reality Check: Is it ever okay to snoop on your partner’s e-mail or social media accounts? An expert weighs in on what your need to spy might say about your marriage.
Articles from the upcoming March 2014 issue are available upon request.
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