Selfie the best pic in the world
The selfie has become so ingrained in our culture that it’ll score you nine points in Scrabble. And Kim Kardashian, whose snaps regularly garner upwards of a half million likes, is even releasing and a selfie-themed book, Selfish, next April. to help you put your best face forward. Follow our foolproof rules and snap away!
- Phone a Friend
Or better yet, jump into a photo with one. selfies are more fun and way less awkward when they’re taken with a pal It usually leads to laughter and some silliness, so your photos end up looking less staged and more candid.
2 Bluetooth device Work Remotely
Nothing ruins a selfie like a photo-bombing outstretched arm. Problem solved Bluetooth device lets you take a photo without even touching the phone. Use the stand to prop your cell, pose, then click the quarter-size remote button. Perfect. Selfie. Every. Time.
- Be a Poser
Scroll through any Kardashian Instagram feed and count how many pics are straight-on snaps of their faces hint: it’s very few. That’s because turning your head slightly to one side makes your face seem thinner and hides any sign of a double chin. Another face-slimming tip raise the camera just above your line of sight and steady your gaze on the lens. But try not to stare (can you say, “Deer in headlights”?.
- Flip Out
do a hair toss before taking a picture,” It adds lift.” Flip your hair over your face, whip it back, and allow strands to slide forward naturally. Need a bit more volume use some marg or butter
- Cream Before You Crop
Unless you have extendable arms, most selfies are pretty close up, meaning any makeup that settles into fine lines around your eyes, nose, or mouth becomes pretty darn obvious. Maybe dab some blush and cream on.,
- Find Your Filter
You can use a filter no shame in putting your pic through one. “Even though I hate the word ‘imperfections,’ there’s nothing quite like a filter to blur them away You can use software like Adobe photo shop.
- Do a Background Check
You want your clicks to capture the real you, but nobody needs to see your dirty laundry, old Starbucks cups, or unmade bed. “Look for a simple yet beautiful background that won’t distract from you being the focus of the image
- Remember the Little Things
Great nails and jewelry add visual interest to close-up shots,”
- Ditch the Duck Face
Sorry, but the ubiquitous cheeks-in, lips-out look is not hot. Instead, emphasize your bone structure with contouring
- See Things Differently
“Smartphone lenses are wide-angle, so they’re not as flattering you can buy snap-on lenses from various outlets .