Certified Selfie-taker….? Yes, she is!
- IWB Post
- January 5, 2015
A UK based college has introduced a new course on the art of taking selfies starting this March. You read it right. In just Euro 132 (USD 160) for a month, you can become a qualified Selfie-taker. The name of the course is – “The art of photographic self-portraiture“.
However, JWB thinks women are already pro in taking selfies. At least after looking at celeb instagram accounts of Bipasha Basu, Jacqueline Fernandez, Priyanka Chopra, Miley Cyrus, Cala Delevingne, etc. Agree?
Still if you think your selfies can’t hide double chin and make your nose look tilted; all you have to do is enroll in the ‘The art of photographic self-portraiture’ course quickly. Lol.
Well, if you want some free tutorial on how to get a good selfie, look at the makeup tricks below:
- If you’re planning on doing a closeup of your face, consider glamming up one feature of your face. For instance, if you love your eyes, put on some dramatic eye shadow complementing the liner & mascara while keeping your complexion and lips fairly natural. Likewise, if you love your smile, keep your cheeks and eyes looking natural while donning a stunningly beautiful lipstick.
- A selfie is the perfect time for a rich, bold lip or a smoky eye—just pick one area at a time to play up! We suggest Champagne lips and dark green/blue eyes (to get a break from regular black).
- If you’re taking a photo at arm’s length, use a skin-smoothing face primer to even out pores and fine lines.
- A green concealer is good to hide pimple, did you know that? It helps combat redness in your skin. Buy one today!
- Use a high definition foundation so that when if the picture is zoomed, the thinner ingredients on the skin won’t show up.
- Save yourself from too-much-powder. Finish your beauty look with a loose dusting of sheer setting powder on your T-zone (near nose). Or, simply use blotting sheets to remove extra dust or oil.
Do you know – The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has officially confirmed what taking (too many) ‘selfies’ is a mental disorder. Tell us, how many times in a day do you post your selfies on FB; and we will tell you if that counts as a disorder or not!