Tan or neutral-colored heels will make your legs look longer. Plus, they are super-cute year-round.
Are you feeding the best food to sus hijos? Raising healthy kids can be easier than you think. Here’s how to set them on the right track.
Ingeniera Alma Guajardo-Crossley has worked at General Motors for the past 25 years. But it was only when Alma became GM's diversity director that she felt she was really making a difference.
This sexy makeup artist-slash-filmmaker shows us how to succeed in style
This mujer con la falda bien puesta teaches us how to take care of our bodies and ourselves.
Easy, near-instant style tips for busy women.
Balancing a successful career with giving back to la comunidad isn't easy -- but it can be done.
How a public high school teacher-cum-comic uses humor to improve marriages and communication.
As President and CEO of National Council of La Raza and the producer of the annual Alma Awards, Janet Murguía is increasing Latinos' visibility in entertainment and beyond.
Being proactive is key for breast cancer prevention. Here's what you need to know.
Bored with your home decor? Polishing your casita's look is easier than you think.
What tops any Latina's priority list? Helping her family por supuesto. Venezolana Luma Marcaccio shares how caring for her abuela turned into a passion for taking care of others.
Inspiration and advice from a successful author and businesswoman.
Las Fabulosas reports on how to bust grease and grime months before spring-cleaning.
Save money and have fun with these tips.
With bold patterns and bright, eye-popping hues populating the runways this spring, designers seem to have stolen our look! Update your own wardrobe with these head-turning colors and ultra-fun accessories.
Aim high. Here's how to dress, act and strategize for the job you want.
Balancing work with family -- while trying to leave some "me" minutes in your daily schedule -- can sometimes seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, it's not impossible.
Can't find a frock that complements your curves in time for that special party? Find the best party dress style for your figure with these Latina-friendly looks.
Natalie Morales is known for her work on NBC's "TODAY" show, but in her spare time, she volunteers to help the homeless. Here, how lending a helping hand enriches Morales' home life and professional work.
The wise mothers of three successful estrellas share their creative ways of raising their kids to be successful adults.
Samantha Garvey went from being a homeless teen to teaching a nation how to overcome life's hardships. Here, her inspirational story.
Dee Vazquez, the charismatic radio personality on Hot 97 and SiriusXM, wants to help Latinas reach the big time.
American Cubana Alexandra Wilkis Wilson revolutionized luxury shopping online when she launched Gilt.com. Here, she shares advice on finding your own success.
Award-winning accountant Carol Sanchez sheds light on ways Latinas can find careers and financial success.
Whether you're blogging about your passion or launching a side business as a mom-trepreneur, mastering online marketing is a must.
Boxing extraordinaire Christina Cruz talks fitness and shares the inside scoop on her favorite workout moves that all of us can use.
Before becoming an eco-expert, Giselle Achecar was a single mom trying to figure out what to do with her life. Here, she shares how she turned things around when she discovered that helping herself, others and el planeta were her life's purpose.
JoAnna Garcia Swisher may have a glamorous Hollywood life, but the Cuban-American actress keeps it real by finding time in a busy schedule to give back.
Billboard's Leila Cobo -- senior executive, novelist, wife, mother -- fills us in on the secrets of her success. Read: You can have it all!
New Miss World winner Ivian Sarcos went from orphan to beauty queen. Here's what she learned along the way.
Alicia Morga revolutionized marketing to Latinas and realized her dream in the process. She shares her ideas on knowing what you want.
Ever get that hankering for the taste of the tierra madre? This couple puts it in the bag for you.
Viewers were shocked when Cristina Saralegui's talk show, '!El Show de Cristina!,' was canceled after 21 years. But Saralegui used her Cuban pluck to get back on her feet fast and showed us all how to move 'Pa'lante.'
Mexican-American Anna Maria Chávez is the first woman of color to lead the 100-year-old Girl Scouts. Among her goals: wiping out bullying.
Daisy Fuentes' brand of sass took over retail. We spoke with the VJ-turned-fashionista about what's next for her brand.
Jet-setting sculptor Teresita Fernández's moon-inspired creations are lighting up the art world.
Your skin color can be two to three shades lighter in the winter months, so your color palette should be different too! Shift your look for the cold weather with these tips.
From working on NASA's space station to working on motivating young Latinas, Shayla Rivera can do it all.
Aida Giachello is helping to remake our health habits, down to the last tortilla.
Susana De Anda has overcome a lot of loss in her life, and is now fighting to ensure that all communities have access to safe, clean and affordable water.
Designer Julia Alarcon dumped her successful sales job for a future in sleek women's wear. Here's how you can learn from her struggles and tough journey.
These four young entrepreneurs are using their culture to change their field.
As National Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, esteemed author Esmeralda Santiago reflects on how Latino wisdom can get us through the tough times.
Strengthen your baby's language skills with these strategies.
Wendy Gonzalez made a career out of cheeky comfort with her lingerie line worn by A-list celebrities. Here's how she found her niche.
At 81 years old, Dolores Huerta has been the symbol of the poder of mujeres and the fight for farmworkers' rights for more than five decades.
Education advocate Nellie Reyes devotes herself to helping Latino children succeed.
In love with Latin cooking and health, Food Network star Ingrid Hoffmann shares her story -- along with her late-summer/early-fall diet-friendly recipes.
As the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Mexican-American Nora Volkow is changing the way we see addiction.
Inspired by images of Latina women in sacred texts, Mexican visual artist Andrea Arroyo shows her passion for her cultura in her bright, ethereal work.
When it comes to good mental and physical health, Latinas still lag behind. That's why Xiomara Sosa is dedicated to fighting the mental health crisis in la comunidad.
After conquering the world of golf, this star athlete is moving on to a different phase of life.
When it comes to an interview, every detail counts. Nab your dream job with these simple steps.
Handbag designer taps her country's native talent.
These A-list fashionistas stay close to their Latin roots. Here's the story behind uber-successful sisters of the fashion label Rodarte.
Chef Melissa Fox reinvented her life with one simple recipe. Here's her success story.
Here are our picks for breakout artists that will dominate this year's Billboard Latin Music Awards.
Shakira Mebarak has had more hits than any other artist over the past decade, but this megastar has kept her feet rooted to the ground.
Outside, the trees are bursting with new life. But inside, neutral colors are keeping you stuck in last September. With a little ingenuity, these tricks will help you spruce up your casita in no time.
From singer to fashion mogul, J Lo is one Latina that can show us how to wear many career hats with lots of grace, confidence ... and a little bit of sass.
From brick-red lips to telenovela-high ponytails, these beauty trends show off our Latina glamour bonafides. Check out these 10 ways to pull them off.
I know some Latinos observe Día de los Reyes, but I never have. What are some ways I can celebrate with my family?
I’ve noticed that accessories are being used in hairstyles for the fall 2012 look. What are some cabello accents I can try?
I feel like I can never get my skin care under control, from dealing with breakouts to looking washed out. How can I get my skin to look beautiful?
I want to network and be a mentor to other Latinos in my field, but I have an Anglo last name and no one knows I’m out there. What can I do?
Every time my family gets together, we end up in a huge fight over not speaking Spanish. How can we bridge the cultural gap with our extended family?
I recently heard the scary statistic that breast cancer is a leading cause of death in Latinas. How can my lifestyle help reduce my risk?
My new boyfriend is very flirtatious toward other women when we’re out together. What should I do?
Which trick de-stresses you almost instantly?