When Is the Best Time to Take A Selfie?

                                                    The answer is after you shower.

I always think that I look the best after I take a shower. The grease and tiredness is washed off. No dead skin on the soles. No dirt in fingernails. Everything is clean and has a soothing fragrance. The blush that is caused by lack of oxygen is something that seldom comes in naturally on my face. A selfie from above the collarbone, and a mounting dry towel on my head is very intimate for viewers who usually see me fully, though not always beautifully clad.

Clearly I am not the only one to think this is the case. In the interest of my patient readers, I will not disturb you with my selfies after shower. Here are some girls who look good in bathrobes as well as in, say, Armani.

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So what should you look after when you take your post-shower pictures?

Well, I think the trick is, don’t let others know that you posed a million times for that one hit. It almost as if it happened instantaneously, with much effort. Your baby skin should look the way it is. Don’t alter it too much. Or you run the risk of being laughed at for not looking good even in a post- shower selfie. Such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in this one.

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So don’t presume you will look good just because you took a shower 10 minutes ago. The actual trick is, pose as if you just took a shower. It doesn’t matter if you didn’t. Eyelashes, eyeliners are not to be overlooked. Style is important. But a lot of efforts come with being stylish.


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