You know that moment when you annoyingly ask whoever is taking a picture to retake it because you don’t like how you look in it? That will no longer be you, thanks to these tips from a top makeup artist and photographer that’ll help make you more photogenic in a flash.
1. Apply your eye makeup first so stray eyeshadow doesn’t mess up your foundation.
“Doing your eye makeup before you apply your foundation allows your skin to look it’s freshest, since you can wipe away any eye shadow or mascara residue that falls onto your cheeks without a trace,” says Georgie Eisdell, who makes up the faces of Dianna Agron, Carey Mulligan, Amanda Seyfried, just to name a few. “Just remember that less is best, so start with a softly-shaded shadow and then build on that to be sure you don’t apply too much. Overdoing your makeup can instantly make you look older in real life and especially in photos.”