I'm a selfie expert – how to take the prettiest pictures & it has nothing to do with lighting

GETTING a good photo is no easy task.

We often spend time trying out different poses, changing up the camera angle, and adjusting the lighting to get a hot selfie— but sometimes it just doesn’t work.

A woman who goes by @jermiyah14 on TikTok shared her tips for getting the most beautiful photo you can.

In the clip, she began: “So I learned this trick on how to take bomb selfies.

“All you got to do is keep your shoulders back, chin forward, say the letter ‘L,’ and squint like you’re looking into the sun,” she explained while demonstrating the pose.

Although some users were excited to try out the trick, others argued that @jermiyah14 would look good in any pose because of her attractive features:

“And being an absolute goddess doesn’t hurt either,” one person commented.

“Step one: look like Courtney Cox,” wrote a second.

As for another way to get a gorgeous selfie, start by taking care of your skin and applying your makeup properly.

A skin specialist named Laura Andrew partnered with Fragrance Direct and revealed the beauty mistakes we make that may damage our appearance.

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Rather than use makeup brushes to apply foundation, Andrew said we should use our fingers, as makeup brushes could be the hidden reason behind skin irritation and redness.

She explained: “The natural warmth from your hands makes it easier to blend in the foundation with your fingers than with a brush on application.

“Brushes can tug at the skin and cause friction, which can often result in more sensitivity and redness.”

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The same should be done for concealer.

“When applying concealer under your eye area, use your ring finger and tap very gently as this causes much less drag in the under-eye area.”

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