Because Bree Lenehan, an Australian teenager, writes entries that soothe her readers’ anxiety and dispel their inferiority complexes, her site is extremely well-liked. The problem is that Bree consistently publishes evidence demonstrating how well-groomed ladies in soap operas and magazines achieve their ideal shapes through well selected poses and lighting. Additionally, each of them has a characteristic that is viewed as a fault, such as folds in the stomach or “ears” on the hips.
I picked up the tummy and… relaxed it.
Absolutely perfect legs? No, they’re not! Just the right pose hid the protruding “ears.”
Creases appear if you sit relaxed
If you choose the wrong pose and lighting, the cellulite will also be visible
The girl is vigorously pulling her belly in the image on the left, and as a result, there appears to be no belly. In actuality, it isn’t, as the image to the right demonstrates.
Don’t put your shoulders down in front of the camera if you don’t want to ruin the shot.
Warning: the drooping shoulders on the right again. Although… A smile like that would brighten up any defect!
Posture and correct posture are the key to a successful picture
Like it – don’t like it!
If you lean forward and relax, then even the slimmest girl will have folds on her belly!
Another beauty’s trick is a high fit and wide belt
Learn to strike the right pose, girls!
And it’s the same person!
Beauty is a frightening power!
Repetition is the mother of learning: posture and lighting are everything!