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    Aug 12, 2017

    You Can Learn How To Take The Perfect Selfie By Looking At Reptiles

    Actual proof that reptiles are more photogenic than you are.

    1. Tilt Your Head at an Angle

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    YASSS. This highlights your cheekbones. Now slightly raise your eyebrows to make your eyes appear larger than they actually are.

    2. Smile Like Your MEAN IT

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    Think of something that truly makes you smile, which will create the look of a genuine happiness that will shine through in your photo. (In this case she is thinking about crustaceans) Whatever works for you girl!

    3. Say "PRUNE"

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    This is a secret weapon that will achieve perfectly pouty lips. (You can also say "moon", "dune", "raccoon" etc.)

    4. Find Your Signature Pose

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    Work. When you feel great, YOU LOOK GREAT.

    5. Grab a Friend

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    Sometimes you will get lucky and your friend will make awkward face that will make you look even better!

    6. Hold Your Camera Above Your Head

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    There are about three people in the world who look good when shot from under their chin, and we haven't met a single one yet!

    7. Props are KEY!

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    Don’t be afraid to accessorize.

    8. LIGHTING IS EVERYTHING!

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    Gorgeous lighting = a more flattering selfie. You are an angel on earth honey. NOW SHINE.

    9. Do something cheerful

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    A sad face or a frown will not help.

    10. AND REMEMBER Just relax

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    Relax your mouth, and exhale, blowing air through your lips ****** Remember that it's just a selfie, so don't stress too much over it! You are much too #blessed to be stressed.

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