In The Magazine...
Eva Longoria November 2012
Hollywood power player Eva Longoria graces the November 2012 cover of Latina magazine, which hits newsstands, Flipboard and Nook newsstands on October 16.
A Culinary Journey Cuban chef Maricel Presilla traveled across Latin America to tell the story of our food in her opus, Gran Cocina Latina.
In Search of God More Latinos are leaving the Catholic Church for other religions and spiritual pursuits. How does that reflect our changing community?
Winter Face: Saved Try these expert tips to moisturize your skin during the drier months.
Dual, But Not Split A citizen of two countries strives to be true to both.
Actress and activist Rosario Dawson graces the September 2012 cover of Latina, which hits newsstands, Nook and Kindle Fire on August 14.
Latina Beauty Awards: The complete head-to-toe guide to products proven to work with our hair types and skin tones.
The 2012 Latina Makeovers: Our fashion and beauty gurus modernized the looks of three lucky Latinas to fit their lives and styles.
Fabulous Fall Color Combos: The season's typical neutrals get amped up when accessorized with jewel tones from emerald green to ruby red.
The Heartbreak Kid: Pulitzer Prize–winner Junot Díaz talks to Latina about his new book This Is How You Lose Her, a collection of short stories about love gone awry and his own failures in love.
Superstar Gloria Estefan graces the August 2012 cover of Latina, which hits newsstands, Flipboard and Nook newsstands on July 10.
Latin Music A to Z: Latina’s definitive guide to everything you need to know about Latin music.
Why They Cheated...and What They Learned: Infidelity isn’t just for guys. Three Latinas open up about their own affairs and talk about the lies, deception and regrets—and how they put their lives back together.
Be Beautiful: Bold & Bright: Fashion’s color-blocking trend inspired makeup artist Victor Henao to dream up these dual-tone looks.
All Access; TV: Jenni Rivera’s daughter, Chiquis, grows up with her own reality show, Chiquis ‘N Control.
NY Giants superstar Victor Cruz is Latina magazine's June/July cover star. Check him out on newsstands and Nook newsstand on May 15.
Shore Thing: Our design expert tells you how to give your home a fresh new nautical touch.
The Cutest Summer Dresses: We picked our favorites of the warm-weather staple.
Your Hot-Weather Skin Issues, Solved: Find out how to get rid of the peskiest summer problems.
Happy Travels: We tell you how to handle your first vacation with your honey.
Glee star Naya Rivera is Latina magazine's latest cover star. Check her out on newsstands and Nook newsstand on April 10. Naya exclusively chatted with Latina about playing a newly out-of-the-closet lesbian, religion, her debut solo album and her rise to becoming one of TV's most loved characters.
Deco Inspired Fashion Trends: Fashion Editor Verky Arcos picks the season’s best 1920s inspired apparel and accessories to complete your modern deco look.
The Latina Beauty Survey: More than 400 Latinas weigh in on what they love, hate and cannot live without in beauty.
Juanes Exclusive: The Colombian star opens up to Latina about overcoming career disappointment, creating music again and the importance of being a family man.
Remembering Selena: Seventeen years after her death, Selena’s husband, Chris Perez, reveals the details of their short relationship in his new memoir To Selena, With Love.
The La La’s Full Court Life star and wife of New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony talks to Latina about handling a growing career beyond TV, managing a superstar marriage (including how she handled a secret love child rumor), and being a new breed of television star.
Will Ferrell Goes Latin: The comedy star talks about his new Spanish-language comedy, Casa de Mi Padre, his love for telenovelas and the challenge of shopping the film to big studios for distribution.
Perfect Spring Accessories: Fashion Editor Verky Arcos picks the perfect on-trend shoes and bags to complement your spring outfit.
Paint Yourself Pretty: Pro makeup artist Andrew Sotomayor sifts through the season’s hottest shades to choose the right color for your skin tone.
In Good Company: Latin women across the country are starting companies and creating jobs at six times the national average. Five female entrepreneurs share their stories of launching their businesses and reaping the rewards.
Music superstar Christina Aguilera graces the cover of Latina magazine's March 2012 issue, which hits newsstands on Tuesday, February 14. The 31-year-old Ecuadorean singer opens up to Latina about marrying young, her estranged relationship with her father and being a proud Latina woman.
Star Styles: Our fashion editor Verky Arcos shares her spring favorites from celebrity fashion lines by Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, Kat Von D and Daisy Fuentes.
Celebrate Your Curls!: Beauty Editor Kate Sandoval shares the secret and all the tools you'll need to embracing your natural texture—whether wavy, kinky or frizzy.
Make Over Your Man: With the help of a relationship expert, we uncover the easy ways to make our men shed those pesky bad habits.
Safe Havens for Immigrants: Harsh new laws in Arizona and Alabama may be driving out immigrants, but cities like Dayton, Ohio, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, are welcoming them as a stimulus to their recession-weary economies. Guess which cities are winning out?
Latin music icon, Ricky Martin, takes center stage on the cover of Latina magazine’s February 2012 issue and opens up about returning to Broadway for the first time in 16 years in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s beloved musical Evita.
The Latina Sex Survey - Nearly 3,000 people weighed in on the steamiest topics, from porn to sexting to sex in public places.
Rosario Dawson on Election 2012 - The movie star writes about why your vote counts now more than ever.
Are We Losing Our Language - According to the Pew Hispanic Center, only 38 percent of third generation Latinos are proficient in Spanish, compared to 79 percent of the second generation. Latina investigates the impact that the loss of language has on the Latino identity.
The 19-year-old singer and actress opens up to Latina about her emotional yearlong journey back from “rock bottom.” She tells us she is now “happy, healthy and driven,” devoted to being a role model and how she is drawing strength from her family.
Reasons To Love Being Latina – A look back at the moments in 2011 that made us the most proud
Unique Challenges Faced By Afro-Latinas – A special report on how a new generation is proudly claiming the identity of Afro-Latina
Perfect Party Looks – We’ll show you sexy eye makeup, easy hair tricks and the best dresses for your body
Latino Holiday Table – Six crowd-pleasing recipes to cook this holiday season
The 45-year-old bombshell, who this month voices the love interest in the animated feature Puss in Boots, opens up to Latina about how she found success in love and life on her own terms.
Exclusive Interview with President Obama: – A wide-ranging interview from the Oval Office about the state of the economy, the Latino education crisis, the DREAM Act and what he loves about Latino culture.
Latina Beauty Awards: – Our annual picks of the best products for your skin, hair & nails.
Is Your Man Too Machista?: – Six ways to check if he’s being sexist or just a little insecure.
Latino-Inspired Thanksgiving: – Give the American holiday a twist with some of our favorite side dishes.
15th Anniversary Issue
Latina magazine celebrates its 15th anniversary with a special collector’s issue, “15 Latinas We Love,” which highlights fifteen of the most influential Latina celebrities from throughout the magazine’s 15-year history on its extraordinary October 2011 cover.
In an exclusive, wide-ranging interview from the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon, President Barack Obama spoke to Latina magazine about the state of the U.S. economy and what he is doing to ease concerns.