Written on: 05/11/2010 by jennikitten (2 reviews written)
You get a lot for the price compared to other monthly magazines. I quite enjoy the articles and every piece is well-written. There aren't too many adverts either.
However, sometimes I find that there is too much of a focus on their stereotypical reader; the single career girl in London, which I find hard to identify with. It's also annoying that many of the features, guides and services are London-only. (read more)
Written on: 26/09/2006 by ALexmonkey
It can irk me sometimes with its whole idea about what normal women can afford, and that everyday people all work in an office with a hot boss and get invited to lots of parties and have a huge salary. But there is still something about Glamour magazine that makes you want to buy this juicy little mag. (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2005 by chantelle306 (1 review written)
I buy GLAMOUR as soon as it hits the shelves, and being a subscriber to COSMOPOLITAN and ZEST, I am considering doing the same for this mag.
It is packed with beauty news like other magazines, but also has a serious side to its articles. Real life stories are told about terrorism, murder and drugs. Undercover investigations feature heavily, and they make Glamour an interesting read.
I would recommend this magazine to anyone who has a brain. As for the price, it is seriously good... (read more)
Written on: 10/08/2005 by adamseve (8 reviews written)
This is a great little mag for reading, although some of the content may not appeal to some. This isn't a problem as the low price for the mag more then makes up for this. More often than not Glamour magazine runs deals with shops and hairdressers which offer the readers discounts. This is a great for those on a budget and can be a great read, although unlike it's cousins may not last as a read for long. (read more)
Written on: 28/03/2004 by cam100 (3 reviews written)
I have subscribed to Glamour magazine for 2 years, but I'm fed up with all the irrelevant stuff! Aside from the fact that half the magazine is adverts are for Gucci and the like (I wish I could afford that stuff, but sadly I'm normal), it assumes that all its readers live in London and work in an office all day. Well, we don't! The fashion pages aren't even worth looking at unless you're on 50k plus a year, and it expects us all to afford luxury holidays every few months. Too elitist for me... (read more)