With the holiday season in full swing, you're undoubtedly going to put on your tube mascara and liquid eyeliner and pose for your fair share of pictures. However, when it comes to your foundation and other cosmetics, you will need to take extra care to avoid your face shining or looking very obvious in photographs, according to The National Post.
With the quality of digital cameras these days, it's a lot harder to hide imperfections behind your cosmetics. One ingredient you should look for in your makeup selection is titanium dioxide - this substance is found in many products and can cause your face to shine when a flashbulb is going off.
A matte look is probably your best bet - avoid heavy powder and use eye makeup as your main source of color. This will allow you to use neutral hues on your lips and cheeks, giving you a more natural complexion in photographs.
Taking the perfect picture is just one of the many things you have to worry about during the holidays, but by following these tips, you can smile for the camera and not have to worry about an embarrassing photo.
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