Always worrying when someone takes a picture of you? Don’t panic. Here are 7 secrets to looking flawless in every picture.
Looking camera-ready is no easy feat. The pressure to always look perfect is big but you don't have to worry anymore.
Here you have 7 Camera-Ready Makeup tips to always look fantastic
Always use an eyeliner
Line the upper lid. This will make eyes appear larger and the lash line thicker.
Your skin must be moisturized
You should always make sure your skin is moisturized. But it's extra important to have a moisturized base if you want your makeup to last—and look good on camera.
A well-prepped skin with a good moisturizer will ensure your face is set for long-lasting makeup.
Fill in your brows
If you pay attention to your photos, you will notice that your eyebrows kind of disappears in good lighting? Sometimes the light can be so strong that it washes away the hair on your face. Filling in your eyebrows with a pencil before snapping a picture allows you to show off your thick arches.
Brighten your blush
Always be sure to blend around the edges, and choose a blush that has gleam but not noticeable sparkles.
This is important when the flash hits your face.
Plump up your lips
If you notice that your lips always seem to disappear in pictures don’t panic, it's normal.
Trace the edges of your lips with a pencil that's one shade darker than your lipstick, soften the edges a bit with your finger, then apply your lip color.
Choose the right powder
You just need a light amount of a great foundation powder.
Avoid any facial powders that say HD or mineral when you know you'll be photographed with flash. These formulas are generally loaded with zinc and talc, ingredients that reflect the light and ruin your picture.
Extra Tip: Know your angles
This has nothing to do with makeup. However, it's extremely important to know your best angle when someone is taking a picture of you.
So snap some selfies and start to get acquainted with your best angle. Doing so will have you feeling confident and looking your best in your next shot.