September 2008
Dolly;Sep2008, Issue 455, p39
This article presents tips for women on posing in formal photographs. It suggests getting in front of the mirror and finding one's best look, then, test out different poses and head angles, with a natural-looking smile. By wearing shades that highlight one's best features, one will always look pretty in photos, the author says. It also suggests avoiding wearing illuminiser or light-reflecting foundation because it can sometimes make the face look paler than usual when photographed.


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