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Glamour may refer to:
- "Glamour", as in the Scots name for a malevolent shapeshifter, as in Stephen King's It.
- Glamour (presentation), an appearance of enhanced attractiveness
- Glamour photography, photography that emphasises the allure of the model
- Glamour (magazine), a magazine for women
- The Glamour, an album by The Comsat Angels
- The Glamour, a 1984 novel by the British SF writer Christopher Priest
- Glamor (comics), a Marvel Comics character
- Film and TV
- Glamour (1931 film), a British film
- Glamour (1934 film), an American film
- Glamour (1985 film), a French film
- Glamour (2000 film), a Hungarian film
- A source of magic in the Changeling: The Dreaming fictional universe
- To "glamour", to shapeshift into a different human appearance, as in the TV series Charmed or the film Hellboy II: The Golden Army
- To "glamour", the ability of a vampire to charm a human into obeying and erasing human memory, as in the TV series True Blood
- Glamour (album), the sixth album of the Japanese hard rock band Show-Ya
- Glamour, Dave Davies album
- Glamour (band), an American girlband who made it to the four-chair challenge in the third season of The X Factor (U.S. TV series)
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