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With selfies and instant photo sharing, a camera-ready smile is great to have. You don't need to be a celebrity
to know how to flash a glowing grin, though. Follow these steps to get pictures you'll be happy to send to your
No. 1: Be natural.

When it's picture time, smile gently. That way, your face looks relaxed. Your mouth opens slightly, and your
lower lip matches the curve of your upper teeth.

It's the opposite of the quick smile that flashes across your face when you see an old friend. That makes your
eyes squint and your neck muscles tense, which can make for an awkward-looking photo.

No. 2: Stand up straight.

Does your smile sometimes make you look like you have a double chin? Then watch your posture. "If you
slouch or your head is too bent forward, you won't like how your smile looks," says Pamela McClain, DDS.

Her suggestion: Turn your head slightly and drop your chin so your face is not completely square with the

No. 3: Make lipstick your friend, ladies.

Choose one that works with your skin tone. "The right shade of lipstick can make teeth look whiter," says Lily
T. Garcia, DDS.

Shades like cherry red, wine, berry, plum, or rosy pink are your best bets. Blue-based or pink-based
undertones will help hide yellow stains in your teeth.

The wrong color, especially one that's too dark or too red, can make your smile less appealing.

No. 4: Check your teeth and gums.

Getting your smile camera-ready sometimes calls for a little behind-the-scenes prep work.

If your choppers have yellowed with age, try a whitening product or visit your dentist. Correcting cracked,
broken, or missing teeth will likely mean some time with a dental professional.

Don't forget about taking care of your gums. Though you may think of them as supporting actors, they play a
crucial role in a nice smile. So keep them in good shape. Brush, floss, and rinse with an antibacterial
mouthwash every day.

"You can have beautiful teeth, but if your gums aren't healthy, that detracts from your smile," McClain says.

No. 5: Practice.

Your perfect smile might not happen overnight. If you have a big photo event like a wedding or a graduation
coming up, try out your grin in front of a mirror.

You can see how it looks and feels when you hold your shoulders back proudly and strike a natural, unforced
smile. You can also play around with turning your head and finding your best angle.
Ah, Instagram: it can turn a sushi roll into a masterpiece and a silly, arm-length shot into a Facebook-worthy photo.
But instead of making photo-sharing easier, the app might be turning us all into perfectionists. According to a new
study from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, the pictures we upload through the app are often carefully
planned and edited.

It takes more than the perfect filter to make a great selfie, so we culled the best tips for nailing this snapshot—and
cutting your editing time way down! Use these tricks to take your selfies from simple to #stunning.

Perfect the #nofilter beauty look There’s a reason that the X-Pro II filter never fails to make you look like a
goddess. It gives your photo a candelit effect that glosses over imperfections while amplifying other features—
like your bone structure, lips, and eyes, says San Francisco makeup artist Hillary Clark.

But the right beauty tricks can help you look flawless even without the filter. First, dust a matte bronzer over your
foundation on the perimeter of your face, bridge of your nose, and hollows of your cheeks to create awesome
definition. Then, intensify your eyes by rimming the upper and lower lash lines with a brown or black eye pencil
and applying volumizing mascara. Finally, make your lips look even sultrier by tracing them with a nude pencil then
topping them with a tinted balm or gloss in rose or mauve.

Go hands-free Let’s be real: arm-length selfies can only be so flattering. It’s tough to master different angles, and
you usually end up getting photobombed by your own forearm or shoulder. Not cute. Your best bet is buying a
mini tripod for your smartphone (like the GripTight GorillaPod, $29.95), says Toronto-based photographer Mindy
Stricke, founder of, a service specializing in portraits for online dating sites. Another option:
download a free self-timer app for your phone (like the TimerCam for iPhone), then prop it up on a level surface to
take the pic.

Find the right angle Without going all MySpace on us, it really is best to angle your camera slightly above yourself
when taking a picture since it tends to be the most flattering, says Stricke. You can also take a cue from red carpet
shots and angle your body or face slightly to one side (more on that next), since straight-on photos can flatten you
out. But subtlety here is key—you don’t want any extreme head tilts or turns that look unnatural, says Stricke.
Finally, avoid being dead center in the photo. This will help you achieve the rule of thirds, which is a photo
composition trick that makes a photo more interesting by keeping the subject along imaginary lines that divide the
picture into thirds, both vertically and horizontally.

Show your best side You’re not crazy—you actually do have a good side, and chances are it’s the left. A 2012 study
in the journal Experimental Brain Research found that photos showing the left side of your face were rated as
more pleasant than photos of the right side of your face. These results held true even when they took mirror
image photos of the left side of a face that was flipped to seem like the opposite side. So even if you’re using the
front-facing camera of your iPhone, tilt your face a little to the right so that your left side is showing.

Go towards the light Natural sunlight is ideal, but it’s not always doable. You almost can’t go wrong during the
magic hour (the hour just after sunrise or just before sunset), which is when the sunlight is perfect for pictures,
says Stricke. But if you can’t shoot outdoors then, aim for what’s called open shade. “You want even lighting, but
you don’t want bright sunlight because it creates harsh shadows,” says Stricke. To find this sweet spot, try
standing in the shade of a tree or building.

If you’re inside, try to find any light source you can to avoid the dreaded flash, which is never flattering, says
Stricke. Look for light coming through a window, soft light bulbs—even neon bar signs. “You can create an
interesting, cool picture in very low light,” says Stricke.

Get creative According to research from dating site OKCupid, photos of you doing something interesting or
posing with an animal trump all other pictures. We don’t expect you to snap a selfie while you’re simultaneously
walking your dog and playing guitar (though if you can do that, you should definitely get a picture), but take this
into consideration for your next photo-op. Snap a picture of yourself snuggling with your dog or sitting on a jet ski.
If you do it right, your selfie can double as a conversation starter.