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How To Look Good In Pictures This Holiday Season
Having your photo taken can seem like a frightening endeavor, especially when it seems that you never look quite as good in portraits as you do iin real life, here are some tips to have your photos looking their best this holiday season.
Brighten Your Smile:
Stash a whitening pen in your purse to quickly erase surface stains (use twice a day for two weeks to lighten teeth).
Swipe on Blush:
Avoid looking washed-out from the camera's flash by applying a bolder color to cheeks than you typically wear.
Add Some Sparkle:
A pair of drop earrings with eye-catching crystals will attract and reflect light, drawing attention to your face.
Set Your Style:
Give hair a little volume by using a flexible hold hairspray that allows strands to move and fall naturally.
Trick the Eye:
Slip on a dress or top that uses strategic blocks of color or panels and seams to create the illusion of a slimmer frame.
Always smile with your teeth. True smiles show off a toothy grin, not tightly pressed lips. Keep your face natural with a genuine smile.
Clarify your skin:
Modern cameras are able to capture the smallest of changes and textures of skin, which is both a blessing and a curse. Keep your skin clean and smooth by washing, toning, and moisturizing.
Use oil blotting sheets or actual tissue paper to dab off excess oil.
Focus on what makes you unique:
One of the characteristics of photogenic people is their confidence in their appearance. Many times we get concerned about something wrong with our face; our freckles, the gap in your teeth, etc. Instead of trying to hide those things, embrace them.
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