Pose like a Pro:

We often infer posing as assuming a specific position for being photographeed. But, here I’ll add a litle more to it. There are certain tips for a picture to be perfect. Catch these and you can slay your instagram account!

Pull chin upwards:

This tip is for the people who have a sort of extra skin below their chin and this will make their face look thinner. Don’t do it much that the intentions peer out of the photograph, just a little to balance your chin fat.

Don’t push your arms against you:

When you do this, it makes your arm fat to collect, making a thick gathering of the mass and ultimately, making you look fatter. Just gently put your hand on the waist and do not let the arm fats gather at a place. Lifting arms really helps

Don’t smile too much:

Gone are the days when smiling was just enough for the picture! Now the smile stuff isn’t so trendy and makes you look a little bit weird xD. Just give a little curvature to the ends of your lips. Do not let your teeth become visible. I repeat, do not!

Do not hold your breathe:

Many people have a habit of controlling their breathe while being captured. It may make your stomach look flat for a moment, but trust me, it destroys your expressions xD! Managing both at the same time becomes difficult and it becomes evident in the photograph that you’re faking something lol!

Cross the legs:

Crossing the legs makes you look more professional while being photographed. It also makes your thighs loom thinner, most essentially when you’re wearing black tights! So go for a black pair of trousers, tights or pants. It’s quite profitable in the photography.

Do not bend yourself:

Bending yourself makes you look lazy and tired. Moreover, it pops out your back and hives a creepy look. Just stand/sit straight while being captured.

Wish this article pops up in your mind for the next time when you’re being captured!

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Choosing the accurate accessories:

So what factors will decide whether you’re wearing the correct accessories or not?

Most probably:

1- The attire:

The type,colour,volume,width and length of your dress will decide that what accessory to go with. For instance, following neck-wears go with the respective top styles:

2- The number of accessories:

If you’re wearing a great number of accessories, make sure all of them aren’t much prominent. Choose the lighter ones.

On the contrary, if opting a small number of accessories, ensure that all of them are equally prominent and presentable.

3- The colour of your dress:

If your attire colour is way too bright, go for the lighter accessories that seem soothing to the eyes and not so bright ones.

On the contrary, wearing a gentle-coloured dress assists you at choosing among the bright and sharpy accessories.

Keep the sharpness balanced by opting the right contrast.

4- Your skin tone:

How does the skin tone challenges the accessories? Well, it does to a great extent.

For instance,

Warm skin tone looks best with yellow, orange, and green. Yellow/gold stones include the yellow sapphire, citrine, and zircon. Orange stones include the spessartite garnet, imperial topaz, and moonstone. Green stones include the emerald, jade, and peridot.

Cool skin tone looks best with red, purple, and blue gemstones. Red stones include the ruby, garnet, and tourmaline. Purple stones include the amethyst, fluorite, and sapphire. Blue stones include the blue sapphire, topaz, and aquamarine.

Diamond goes with any sort of skin tone!

5- The volume of your makeup:

The makeup scenario is the same as the dress colour one. If going for a dark makeup for any sort of traditional occasion, choose a light, gentle piece of jewellery and vice versa.

6- The occasion:

Undoubtedly, you can’t carry the same accessories at a day-out with your friends like what you carried for your sister’s wedding!

Accessories do vary with the occassions so opt accordingly.

7- Your height:

If you’re short-heighted do not go for the long heavy ear rings and hand-bags. Make it look simple and cute.

But, surely, if you’re taller than 5’7 then you have a greater mass to carry a greater number of accessories!

8- Your face-cut:

If you’re an oval-faced girl, then I must say that you’re lucky enough to wear almost every shape and length of earings!

But, if you’re a round-faced one, though yoy’re similar to the oval-faced one, but you may have certain cheek fats. So, you should avoid using round or circle-shaped accessories, since they’ll make your face fat dominating.

If you’re square-faced , you might look less femine and cruel by face, so nust try cute little round earings and handbangs. Round accessories will surely suit you.

Hope this effort brought you ideas to accessorize yourself according to the necessity!

Does being slim or fat affect your Glam?

A straight answer to that is “No”. We must have seen many people in our experiences, bulky but classy and many others having only skin and bones but still not that classy!

The time is bygone where size zero set a benchmark for the fashionistas. Only skin and bones aren’t good, nor they make you seem trendy.

Just compare the two:

Bulky but Glamorous:

Thin but unattractive:

Concluding this, glamour isn’t defined by your body mass. So, some burn their calories and some burn others by their calories! 😉🔥

So be confident on your mass, and dress accordingly!

Sharing the reason for Blogging

Sitting at the university bench, advising people what to wear and what not to wear for a certain event made me feel if I’m wasting my skills.

Vogue is surely the greatest of the skills. No one has time to search out various magazines for the purpose. They just come to a mania-expert to help them out for a certain event. I was doing it likewise, but starting a blog was never a plan. Writing here for the first time and hoping for the best.

Ask me as many fashion/makeup advices as you want. Even that which plazo goes with which kind of shirt, which jhumka goes with a certain face-cut or which costume will make you look thinner and taller!

The blog is 24×7 active. Thank You :’)