Makeup tricks for perfect photographs
Make sure that your foundation perfectly matches your skin tone since that’s an important prerequisite for amazing photos. If the foundation is too pale or too dark, that will become obvious – especially when a flash hits your skin. Apart from looking unnatural, it’s also unprofessional.
As for your eyes, use at least two coats of black mascara – both on upper and lower eyelashes. Add a touch of bright eyeshadow to the inner corners of your eyes and voila – you’ll get a wide awake appearance that looks perfect in photos!
So, stick to black and you won’t make a mistake!
Nude strappy sandals for a model-like posture
An ordinary collared shirt does wonders
Similarly to high heels that elongate your legs, a nice collared shirt will make your neck appear longer, which will help you seem a bit taller. Photogenic girls advise wearing it with the first two buttons undone in order to avoid a stuffy look.
Off-the-shoulder tops and dresses for a touch of femininity
Off-the-shoulder details have always been one of the most amazing features when it comes to feminine women’s clothing, and the truth is that these look particularly great in photos. Showing off your shoulders and collarbones is a huge hit these days, which is exactly why many girls love wearing such garments. If you have a slightly larger bust, you may want to choose darker colors or even vertical stripes. Also, have in mind that loose clothes may make you look even bulkier, so look for more fitted designs.
The key to looking stunning in photographs lies in appropriate fashion choices, since there are particular colors, models, and garments, as well as makeup tricks which will accentuate your attributes in the best possible way and help you come up with the most fabulous photo that doesn’t need any filters or Photoshop. Use them well!
Sophia Smith is Australian based fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger. She is very passionate about latest fashion trends, DIY projects and photography. Sophia writes mostly in beauty and fashion related topics, mainly through blogs and articles. She is style editor at High Style Life.