How to make your skin look good in photos
A caramel tan will balance out an uneven complexion.
Fake tans are a super quick fix for helping the skin to shine.
Put your hands above your head…your surrounded (by social media!).
Try to flee from the likes of Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook and you’ll be accused of anti-social behaviour and apathy. So if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em on your own terms. Take control of the photographs you upload to your social media accounts and feel confident about every image ever displayed of your fair self online. Here are our tips on how to look good in photos:
1.Take care of your skin. Cleansing your face every morning and evening will help to remove any impurities on the surface of your skin that can cause breakouts and blemishes. Removing make-up will give your skin a much-needed break from the ingredients found in blusher, foundation and concealer, allowing your natural pH balance to settle. Follow up with a moisturiser suited to your skin type to reduce tightness, boost elasticity and hydrate the skin.
2. Fake it till you make it. If your skin tone appears patchy and uneven, a spray tan can help to balance it out and create a flawless finish. The sun-kissed colour will cover up spots and scars so they won’t show up in photos. Plus your golden-coloured tan will highlight the peaks of your face and collarbone. The light of the camera flash will illuminate your natural contours, focusing on the browbone, the bridge of the nose and the cheekbones. If you want to sculpt your face to look longer and leaner, you can use highlighter and bronzer to add light and shade to your heart’s content.
3. Smile. Never forget the beauty of your natural smile. Have fun and let your happiness show up on your face. No matter whether you’ve just woken up or have come back from a night out, a genuine smile is the most attractive feature in the world.