How to get more likes on Instagram? Tips For Taking the Perfect Selfie Picture

5 Tips for taking the perfect Instagram selfie picture.


How to get more likes on Instagram Tips For Taking the Perfect Selfie Picture

Selfie : German-based fashion and lifestyle blogger Caroline Daur with 1.2m followers on Instagram


Number 1 : Eye Contact is Everything

Eye contact is pure confidence in real and virtual life. Just try not to stare intensely into the camera.


Number 2 : How To Find Your Angle

Everyone has their own favorite angle, but a good rule of thumb is to shoot from around chin level and gently angle up. Too much of a below chin, angled up shot and you could wind up looking like you have a double chin. But whatever you do, don’t angle from above–it doesn’t get more Myspace than that…



Number 3 : Find Your Light

Selfie tips for Insta

Selfie by Helena Bordon,  one of Brazil’s most influential style bloggers.



Selfies are a shadow game, and it’s all about playing it. The best are usually a little backlit, which casts the most flattering shadows.



Number 4 : Find your angle

Too much of a below chin, angled up shot and you could wind up looking like you have a double chin. Everyone has their own favorite angle, but a good rule of thumb is to shoot from around chin level and gently angle up.

Number 5 : The Most Flattering Filters


Selfie tips

Selfie : London-based fashion stylist Alex Stedman known for her thrifty tips and hot high street bargains.


Go for warm-tinted filters like Rise and Hefe, which make you look like you’re basking in the sun everywhere you go. For your classic selfie, we generally avoid the filters with cold, harsh tones or frames, like Hudson or Kelvin.


Polka dot blouse, Cherry spot print blouse, Red square sunglasses, wide leg utility trousers, white ballerina flats


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Have a lovely Day and thank you so much for reading!!!


Instagram Photos – Carodaur, Helena Bordon, Alex Stedman.

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