How To Smile In Pictures
Hey, we all want to look great in a picture, right? What's the sense in hiding it? I know that when I take a picture I want it to show that I'm beautiful and happy.
But that isn't always easy. Some people are naturally photogenic and come out looking great in just about every picture (Angelina Jolie, for example). Other people don't do quite so well in front of the camera Some may look awkward, uncomfortable, bad from certain angles or with certain expressions, you get the idea.
Well, no longer does this have to be the case. With the 4 little known tips listed below, anyone can have a great smile and look their absolute best in every picture they take
Tip 1: Tell your brain that you're totally excited about taking this picture.
Alternatively, you can think about something or someone that warms your heart, or something really funny. This happiness will shine through your eyes so that your eyes are smiling too (very important for a genuine looking smile). When your eyes are smiling, they tend to look shinier and not as wide open as they usually are. Smiling eyes are very attractive, making you look open and friendly.
Tip 2: Open your mouth a little.
When you take a picture, it's often a good idea to leave a little bit of a space between your top and bottom teeth so that they aren't touching each other. It looks natural and makes teeth look better aligned.
Tip 3: Pick the right lip color
Certain colors on your lips and face can make your teeth look better or worse than they actually are. For whiter looking teeth, avoid bright, bright pink or gold tinted lip colors and blushes. Instead, go with berry hued, brown or rose colors in your makeup.
Tip 4: Pick your smile based on your face shape.
If you have a wide or round face, you can accentuate the length in your face by dropping your chin slightly lower than usual while smiling. If you have a long, thin face, on the other hand, you're better off keeping your chin right where it is and focusing on smiling wider, filling out your face. Oval, heart or diamond shaped faces can handle any smile with grace and beauty.
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I was initially worried about tooth sensitivity, but I've used it twice and so far so good. My teeth are a lot whiter (I can't tell you how many shades since I'm not precise enough to accurately measure stuff like that) but I can tell you that I'm noticing it and loving it.
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I think I'll continue to bleach my teeth with Plus White 5 Minute Whitening Gel on a regular basis as long as I continue to feel no sensitivity. As soon as I start feeling like my teeth are weak or sensitive I'll stop because I'm deathly afraid of messing up my only set of teeth