Faces on the Newsstand: Olivia Wilde on Glamour, Lucy Hale on Cosmo, Kendall Jenner on Teen Vogue

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Life has changed drastically for Glamour’s September cover girl Olivia Wilde but she continues to “cut the bullsh*t and go be awesome.” “I continue to, every day, cut more and more of the bullsh*t,” she told the glossy. “It happens naturally with becoming a mother. Everyone told me that your priorities change immediately—that you kind of feel like you’re snapping life into focus.” Her accompanying fashion spread focuses on her role as a mother, including photographs of her breast-feeding her son. “Any portrait of me right now isn’t complete without my identity as a mother being part of that,” she said. “It feels like Otis should always be on my breast.”

Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale wants the show’s fans to know she always doesn’t look so picture perfect. “[Pretty Little Liars] is about how we look too,”Cosmo’s September cover girl said. “That’s terrifying sometimes because you’re breaking out or you feel gross and you still have to be in front of the camera. We’ll post pictures on Instagram and people will be like, ‘Y’all are so flawless.’ Little do they know it’s fake hair, fake eyelashes, and a good filter. Little girls see that and think they have to be like that.”

Kendall Jenner has not one but two Teen VogueSeptember covers! Inside the pages of the magazine, Jenner reveals that she had to be really smart about breaking into the fashion industry as Kim Kardashian’s younger sister. “I felt like I should pick specific designers that I wanted to go for so I could make a good first impression—or more like fifth impression,” Jenner said. “As a kid, I always looked up to supermodels thinking about how amazing they are. I always wanted to be in photos. To get started, she signed her first modeling contract when she was 14. “I wanted to get started, but I was young, and I wanted to do young things. I had to grow into myself. I couldn’t. I’d grown up in the spotlight, and I needed to be a kid for a minute.”