Due to several requests for the service to make the money bouquet mentioned in the previous entry, readers who are interested in this bouquet can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire or place order with the maker.
1. Good camera
Having a good camera helps.
Taken in Sapa, Vietnam
But when you don’t have a good camera to help you look good in photos, what do you do?
The last thing you should do… is panic.
Christy looking silly
Last Saturday I attended the Traffic Jam event at PWTC hosted by nuffnang as an invited guest; which was truly an honor. However I felt chills down my spine when being termed as a celebrity blogger.
Seriously, please.. don’t call me that. It’s embarrassing and I feel like running away everytime I hear that.
Why I mentioned the event was because all the photos below are taken on that particular day. On with the tips.
2. Apply make up
Now, firstly, to take a good photo with a cheapo camera, is.. put on some make up.
This is crucial, unless you have absolutely dry skin or don’t sweat, put on some powder or foundation at the very least, that way you won’t end up looking like an shining light bulb. Even flashes won’t scare you.
Did I scare you?
3. Tilt head 30° South
Tilt your head downwards if you’re conscious of your chubby chin. It will make your face look slimmer.
If you have multiple chins that are beyond angle rescue like me, use the cupping method.
With good posing skill, this method covers your chin completely and you won't look like you're doing it on purpose.
4. Long hair
Grow long hair. It covers everything, from the width of your square-ish face to your flabby chin and shoulder.
A surprise small birthday wishes and cakes for John (your name is john right?) and me, my birthday celeb is two months early and John is a month late.
However beware of covering too much of your body parts.
I look like a head hovering over the table.
Many girls like to pout, or make the kissing pose because it makes your face looks thinner, works for people with fleshy cheeks.
Thank you Shaz for the sweet birthday cake surprises.
6. Tilt head 30° down and camera 45° above head.
Simply tilt your head South like above, if you like, you can tilt your head till 35° downwards; raise your arm at 45° upward with the camera and shoot.
This method creates the baby doll effect.
Big puppy dog eyes, small chin, tiny lips and adorable cheeks.
Never knew I can look this way (this is the first time seeing myself like this, omg)
Warning: DO NOT execute this method if you are a guy.
“Kenny, where did your chin go?”
It just doesn’t work on guys ok?
Now… what if you are going to appear on TV like our proud young little entrepreneur Timmy do every forth night or so?
Rtm2 at 8am
You're in constant movement and you can’t hide from the many deadly angles of camera.
What can you do?!
Yes, camera did add 10 pounds on more on him.
There’s only one thing you can do.
Lose 10 pounds.
(Tim’s mom was right)
Recently there are a lot of handmade designer accessories selling on the net, it’s like a new fetish for women.
These one of a kind designer earrings are being sold at almost the same price as costume earrings you can get at malls (accessories nowadays aren’t cheap). I got my hands on a pair of these from Mistress of Glam.
“Adrine” - Handmade clay beads imported from US. Very find handwork. Distinctive details of flowers. Japanese clay rose. Jade beads. Czech glass beads. 14k gold. For antique fan.
It’s just too gorgeous. I have my eyes set on these too but it’s sold out and the designer don’t do re-makes :(. Well, at least I know no one have the same pair of earrings as I have. :D
Good news, the designer contacted me and decided to give all readers of Nicolekiss 10% discounts for any purchase from her site starting today for two weeks. Just mention you’re a reader of Nicolekiss when making your purchase. :)