No matter what your skin woes, a close up can really make them stand out.
I hate getting my photo taken at close range because everything shows up.
However, if you’ve decided it’s time to get a new shot for your Facebook page or your mom is nagging you for a recent headshot for her wall of photos, it’s time to get your skin in shape so your close up will only look flawless and gorgeous.
Here’s what to do.
1. Switch to Skincare Products Designed for Sensitivity
Some of the ingredients in skincare that are meant to control certain issues (say, acne) are the very same ones that can cause redness and flakiness on your face.
Definitely not good for a photo, right?
Experts suggest making the switch to products for sensitive skin so that you can gradually erase the redness and reveal youthful, glowing skin for your close up.