You took a lot of pictures in holiday seasons, but you don't really like how you look in them?
Here are easy tips to look photogenic!
Avoid double chin
To avoid a double chin, elongate your neck and push your face forward a bit. Think of sticking out your forehead and tipping your chin slightly down. It might feel awkward, but it will look great — promise.
Don't stand close to camera
Never stand the closest to the camera, or you’ll look disproportionately larger. Instead, position yourself on an even plane with the other people in the photo.
"Everyone in America has gotten the memo that the 'chicken arm' (the cheerleader, hand-on-hip pose) will make your arms look more toned, but they often miss a key point: You have to put one arm on your hip but then angle it BACK (not straight out), so that your elbow is facing behind you instead of perpendicular to your body. This angle makes your pose look more natural than the chicken arm, but you still get that same toned effect."
Achieve a perfect, natural smile like Gwyneth Paltrow by employing the tongue-to-teeth trick. When you smile for a photo, press your tongue against the back of your upper teeth to prevent yourself from smiling too big or wide. It totally works.