Health & Beauty: ELLE, the world’s most fashionable magazine is revising the traditional makeover with its new “Make Better” program, sponsored by Reebok. The Program focuses on new ways to look at fashion, beauty and fitness by making small adjustments to everyday living.
Declaring that a major overhaul of your lifestyle is unnecessary, the Make Better Program focuses on teaching small changes to look better and feel better throughout 2010 by providing inspiration to change lives.
For a year, the Make Better program provides motivation from fashion and fitness insiders including ELLE Creative Director Joe Zee, Beauty Director Emily Dougherty, celebrity makeup artist Jeannia Robinette, hair stylist Tommy Buckett, yoga expert Tara Stiles and fitness instructors Jade Alexis and Sara Haley. The Make Better program began in Elle’s January issue, with a 21-day Make Better Challenge to get better hair, skin and style in three weeks.
The lifestyle program includes a themed January issue, a dedicated website and a three-DVD set hosted by and starring model Brooklyn Decker.
To check it all out, visit ElleMakeBetter.com.