Modeling Tips to Be More Photogenic – Wearing Flattering Outfits
In this post, we will be continuing on our ‘Modeling Tips to Be More Photogenic’ series. Today’s post is about a perfect match makeup. Check out our last post: Modeling Tips to Be More Photogenic – Wearing Flattering Outfits
The last post discussed the power in a good outfit. The ability to fill and look confident during a shoot, event or just day-to-life is empowering. Once you are able to identify your wardrobe options, start looking at your perfect makeup match.
This tip for being more photogenic is best accomplished by the help of a friend or professional who has an eye for color and beauty.
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According to Meraki Lane, “Makeup can make or break your photo. It’s important your foundation is a perfect match. If it’s too pale or dark, it becomes very evident in a photo. Use a perfect match concealer to cover up blemishes and dark circles, and opt for using a translucent powder on your t-zone (forehead, nose, cheeks, chin) to keep your skin from becoming greasy.”
Your ability to accurately determine your perfect match will help you not only look more photogenic but give you the confidence you need to feel great on camera.
When trying to find your perfect match though, don’t rely on your own eye. You’ll benefit by getting advice from a beautician, beauty professional, or a friend who has a great eye. Often our eyes betray us. Meaning that you may pick makeup based on how you see yourself and want to look, vs what actually matches your skin tone/type. Having a second hand in deciding your tone will help take the guessing out of it, and help you know for sure which shade you need.
What is the best way you’ve found to find your perfect match? Let us know in the comments below. Give a shout out to your favorite makeup brands!
Stay tuned for the next modeling tip for being more photogenic – knowing what to do with your eyes.
Let us know what helps you to be more photogenic or what kind of tips you’d like to receive from SDS.