When we smile, for example, blood becomes more visible in our cheeks, regardless of skin tone, so it's no surprise that blush helps to fake "happy! I'm not concerned with looking happy, though—I'm aiming for hot.
For my micro premiere, I avoid cheek stain (I don't like the way it looks on me IRL) and highlighter, which can read as oil, and focus on creating contrast between my eyes, lips, and skin.
"When someone tells a horror story and they put a flashlight under their chin, it makes the person's face look scary." For after-hours calls, even a basic table lamp can cast a camera-friendly halo.
Until now, I've managed to evade requests for video calls by feigning poor reception or unavailability. On video, eye contact is interrupted by glimpses at my own face—a nagging, sallow, undefined distraction in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.When you first click on the chat link, you will be greeted with a series of rooms. Once you enter the room, it may seem like there is a lot going on, but we're going to break down each component and you will see how easy it actually is.