You Tell Us

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“I thor­oughly en­joyed read­ing your cover story on Katy Perry. It was in­ter­est­ing to see that de­spite be­ing a such a big youth icon and a celebrity, she is a re­lat­able, sen­si­tive girl like all of us. I loved her tat­too in San­skrit, and wish you had quizzed her more on that." —Ratika Goel


“Some­times, go­ing to a sa­lon can be a real night­mare and you are faced with sticky sit­u­a­tions—like you're not happy with the out­come, or they're forc­ing you to buy their prod­ucts—and you just don't know how to re­act. Luck­ily, How to Get What You Want at the Sa­lon helped me find the so­lu­tions I was look­ing for! The next time I visit a sa­lon, I'll know ex­actly what to say and do. Very help­ful!"

—Nikita Jain


“I was go­ing through a stress­ful pe­riod last month, when I hap­pened to flip through your July is­sue, and stum­bled on the fea­ture How to Calm Down and Feel Bet­ter. I had never imag­ined that such a sim­ple story can help change your per­spec­tive and make you feel bet­ter."

—Aditi So­mani


“The Edi­tor's piece on Sorry, Not Sorry! was an eye opener on the im­por­tance of us­ing small ex­pres­sions. I did a re­cap of the week gone by, and re­alised how care­less I'd been in us­ing the 'S' word, and cau­tious in say­ing Thank you. But that's go­ing to change now!” —Alina Noronha


“I've just com­pleted my Bach­e­lor's de­gree, and was re­ly­ing heav­ily on Google to guide me on ca­reer choices, when I read your story, So You Want to Work With a Beauty Brand. The tips given by the ex­perts were ex­tremely help­ful. This story couldn't have come at a bet­ter time. Thank you, Cos­mopoli­tan!"

— Roopa Khu­rana

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