Merle Ginsberg is a funny, powerful, curious soul who covers fashion, beauty, entertainment, high and low culture–and the axis where they all intersect. You’ll get a good look at that intersection in her story this week, in which she considers the question of how much is too much cosmetic “work” from her place as a Hollywood insider. She is an award winning West Coast based culture journalist and essayist who has been a writer/editor on staff at Rolling Stone, MTV, Women’s Wear Daily, W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar and The Hollywood Reporter. She’s been a contributor to Cosmopolitan, Esquire, The Daily Beast, Marie Claire, People, US, Ladies Home Journal, Town and Country, and currently contributes to the New York Post, Russian Vogue, LALA Magazine in LA, and many more publications. She’s also a New York Times bestselling author, a published poet, a public speaker and a tv on-air commentator for such outlets as GMA, Today and CNN.
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