Miley Cyrus covers the September issue of Marie Claire magazine and it's arguably one of her best covers to date. She's rocking an 80s inspired look with dangling earrings, a large ring, sky-high teased hair and a light blue sleeveless silk top that's embellished with strategically placed rhinestones. Everything is right about the photo from the hands-on-the-hips pose to the simple yet sexy makeup. She's already been on quite a few magazine covers despite still being a teenager, but what have been some of her best?
Prestige September 2011
Many went into an uproar when they saw the then 18-year-old's September 2011 cover of Prestige magazine. She was displaying a much more adult look than we've seen in the past by wearing a backless pink and black ruffled halter top and straight sleek hair with blunt bangs. The hairdo and makeup look fantastic on her and the fuchsia color complements her perfectly. It's an adult look that's not too over the top.
Teen Vogue April 2010
The April 2010 cover of Teen Vogue was shot by famous photographer Patrick Demarchelier in Paris as you can tell from the Eiffel Tower in the background. In the photo, the beauty's super long brunette locks flow over her gorgeous red dress that's not only age-appropriate, but also looks lovely on her. Her genuine smile makes her seem as if she's radiating happiness.
Harper's Bazaar February 2010
Blue really is a great color on the actress. On the February 2010 cover of Harper's Bazaar, she's wearing a blue satin one shoulder top while her hair falls in soft waves over her right shoulder. Her smile is stunning, her eyes are shining and it's a photo that makes you want to open the magazine and read the accompanying interview. Despite being beautiful, in the interview she discusses her insecurities and says "I used to ask everyone all day, 'Do I look pretty?' I probably asked that question about as many times as I blink."
Which magazine cover do you think is her best?
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