Reveal Magazine Reviews
Description:Four in one weekly magazine featuring Celebs, Real Lives, Lifestyle & TV Guide.
Newest Review: ... main problem with Reveal is that it doesn't really seem to know what kind of magazine it is. It covers celebrity gossip and ... more
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Customer Reveal Magazine Reviews (8)
by - written on 28/11/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Reveal is one of my favourite weekly magazines costing only 99p and is available from newsagents and supermarkets. I like Reveal because ....... It is broken down into different sections Reveal Celebs - It has celebrity news and gossip I will be the first to admit I don't actually believe half of what is written and if you buy another magazine at the same time it is nound to have the opposite side of the story in but it keeps me entertained. I like that the articles are set out with articles are set out with pictures to match the story. The articles tend to be short but sweet rarely going over a 2 page spread. I am not a fan of magazines with lots of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 230 readings)
Reveal is one of those glossy, gossip filled magazines that make your week that bit brighter by providing you with an injection of celebrity scandal and gossip. It is the kind of magazine that is fantastic for flights or to liven up a long and boring journey on a train, for example. The issue I am reviewing is not the current one, as I feel the current one didn't have as much juicy gossip in as this one. I am giving it my review based on content, the qualirt of the content, the gossip and general value for money. Reveal retails at 99p and it is available from all good newsagents,supermarkets and the majority of other retailers. When you open the magazine you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
My sister is a big magazine buyer, and I usually get her 'hand me downs' meaning I don't have to fork out myself. On a recent trip she picked up Reveal magazine at the airport, and when she had finished I got a chance to take a look at this magazine, one which she has never bought before, and one therefore that I have never read before. Reveal is usually priced at a very cheap 99p, however I have a Christmas special issue which cost my sister £1.50. It is easy to tell from the very front of the magazine that this centres on the world of celebrities and gossip, along with a few real life stories thrown in and some advice pages. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Now I'm writing this review starting with a moan, as I stopped buying mags some months back as I felt that they were an essential thing that I didn't need to buy as the money mounted up each week. Well as I have mentioned before I now have a small part-time job, so I thought I would treat myself to a mag. As usual when moneys a bit on the tight side everything is expensive, so I was surprised to see that Reveal was on sale for just 60p ( sod's law I suppose as I could now afford the full price!). I purchased this particular mag as this was one that I used to buy along with Closer. Getting it home and later that evening I decided to flick through the mag to see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/10 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I am a big fan of reading magazines, most I find light hearted and easy to pass some relaxing time with a cup of tea and a tin of biscuits (or chocolate depending on my mood). I try not to buy too many magazines as I also feel they can be overrated and they all tend to say the same thing. I also feel a lot of magazines are expensive, however with REVEAL this I find not to be the case. REVEAL!!!! ~ The front of the magazine ~ I find this to be bright and appealing and always draws me in with a catchy story of something going on with celebrities which I just feel compelled to read and know more on. ~ Price, value for ... Read the complete review
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Nice and colorful pages some interesting articles
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