7 Simple Tricks to Look Prettier on Video
Whether you Viddy, Vine, Skype, or shoot home movies with a camcorder from the 90's (no judgments), here's what you need to know to do your hair and makeup for video
Then, you'll want to apply a few coats of mascara. (Just make sure it isn't clumpy -- clumps can look heavy and be distracting on camera.) Rizzo likes CoverGirl Lash Blast Clump Crusher Mascara, $6.99. On your cheeks, use a pop of color to "bring the skin to life," she says. Finally, don't forget your lips. "Stains are a great way to keep your look natural," she says.
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