Featuring: Featuring: Spring is the time of rebirth and everything new… especially when it comes to fashion. This special annual must-have edition sets a new record with over 40 eye-popping pages within our top-rated exclusive Fashion Showcase featuring the industry's top fashion designers' newest creations for the 2017 pageant, prom and social occasion season. We don't stop there! Catch up with Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach as she prepares to crown her successor. Venture to Anaheim California as we bring you all the highlights of the National American Miss Pageant, and then we’re off to Minnesota for our in-depth coverage of the Miss Teen of America Pageant. The Spring 2017 edition of Pageantry will provide you with all the latest fashion, beauty info, inspiration and insider secrets you need to succeed and look your best. From the team who helped found the Glamour Lifestyle Industry in 1962... Pageantry... Celebrating the Glamour Lifestyle!
Miss America's Outstanding Teen Pageant
Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2017 is Nicole Jia of Oklahoma
Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen, Nicole Jia was crowned Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2017 at the Linda Chapin Theater in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. Nicole becomes the 12th tilteholder of Forever MAOTeen queens in the pageants 11 year history.
“We are proud of Nicole and the thousands of teens who compete nationwide to serve as positive role models for our nation’s youth,” said Miss America’s Outstanding Teen President Kim Parrish. “Orlando has been the home of our competition for more than a decade, and in the wake of this summer’s tragedies, our focus on nurturing success was especially meaningful.”
Pageantry & PromTime 2016 Fashion Showcase: Behind the Scenes
Take a peek behind the scenes of the world's largest on-location fashion photo-shoot for Prom, Pageant, Red Carpet and Social Occasion gowns.
Who's Who in Pageantry
It's Who's Who In Pageantry: Recognizing Outstanding Personalities within the Glamour Lifestyle Industry... and it's by referral only!
Do you know someone who is deserving of recognition within Who's Who In Pageantry? Titleholders, models, photographers,directors, producers, agents, recognized personalities, and more. If so, send their name, contact information (email address, mailing address phone number) and a brief description (500 words maximum) of why they should be recognized within Who's Who In Pageantry to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "Who's Who In Pageantry".
Pageantry... Celebrating the Glamour Lifestyle and Recognizing Outstanding Personalities Within the Glamour Lifestyle Industry!
“Gilty” Pleasure: For glowing winter eyes that rival the embers in your fireplace, follow our simple technique.
nce again, the world outside your window is merrily changing, but why should Mother Nature have all the fun? One of the most exciting things about the changing seasons is that it gives us the opportunity to reflect those changes in our own look. As fall makes its exit, Old Man Winter enters the scene, bringing with him eagerly anticipated family gatherings and holiday soirées. This is the time of year to see and be seen, so make it count with peepers that pop!
Wave Goodbye to Flabby Armsed!: Let us clap for end to arm flap!
You have a daydream. You’re standing on stage during the final moments of a pageant. It is down to you and one other girl. You’re standing together holding hands, and as they announce the winner, you hear your name called! You’re given flowers and a crown and you begin to wave - arm up, smile bright, fingers together - the proverbial Pageant Wave. Then, the daydream turns into a nightmare as you realize your wave is punctuated by the wobble of your upper arm. Hanging down from your tricep is excess skin and fat that just won’t go away, and now it is ruining your big moment.
It’s Just Common
Sense: Life is constantly offering you teachable moments, one sense at a time.
Without a doubt, the most important tools of a personal nature that I can bring to the craft of acting are my five senses. I was born with, and am grateful to have accessible to me, all of my five senses-sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. I have the ability to feel cold and heat; to see a sunset and a love one’s face; to hear the music I love and the sound of a baby’s voice; to taste great food from all over the world and taste the sweet kiss of my beloved; to smell flowers and freshly baked bread. I may have only focused on pleasant things, but I can feel, see, hear, taste, and touch the unpleasant opposites of all those aforementioned experiences, as well. Yes, I live through my sensory experiences, as do we all. Even those deprived of one or more of these senses experience life through their other senses. When one sense is taken away the others become heightened. So, what has this to do with acting?