Once an expression has earned several entries in Urban Dictionary, it's probably best to avoid it.Duckface, or any kind of pursed lips really, just look silly.It not only shows your friends (or would-be dates) what you look like—it also instantaneously drops hints about your personality, mood and self-perception.
If you're worried about your chin, the better option is to face the camera squarely, stick your chin directly forward by a few inches, and then angle your face down very slightly, kind of like this: Pushing your chin forward tightens up the skin on your neck subtly and creates more of a defining shadow under your chin.
As a bonus, the subtle downward angle of your face widens your eyes, making them appear bigger and brighter.
On the other hand, try not not to angle your chin down too much (see example below) as it can look a bit creepy.
Remember, chin forward and (ever so slightly) down.
If you feel awkward smiling on cue, think of a person you love, or something fun or funny that happened recently.
It'll bring some sparkle to your eyes and will instantly relax you.Feast your eyes on all the awkward glory (and much-needed dye job) below! Many people who are self-conscious about their chin area will jut their chin upwards in photos (see above).Unfortunately, this only draws more attention to your chin area, and it never looks quite natural. How can such a small square be so anxiety-inducing?Whether it's on Facebook, Instagram, or your profile, your profile pic makes an immediate first impression.(You're welcome.) Today's post focuses specifically on posing, and how to move your face and body so you look and feel great on-camera.