What to Wear in Your Photos

What to Wear in Your Photos

Love supporting other Red Haute Mamas!  That’s why I want to share a series of videos with you from my friend (and Red Haute Mama) Shelley Goodstein, author of “Face This” – a MUST have book on secrets to looking your best in profile photos (and using these same secrets in your everyday life.  What are these secrets??

Her book covers EVERYTHING from skin care, to clothing tips.  Here are some of her fabulous tips on how to choose what to wear in your photos. I love these tips and I hope you do too.

What do you think?  Share your thoughts below.


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About Kirin

Kirin Christianson+, is the founder of Red Haute Mama, an online community to provide expertise in 'all things glam.' From toes to tresses, no nook goes uncovered without examination. Red Haute Mama steers you toward the holy grail of glamor.

Growing up, Kirin didn’t have a lot, and everything was pretty ordinary - including her. On the outside she was an insecure, gangly, red-headed girl. But on the inside, she was a street-smart brainiac determined to make her way.

How did she do it? She took a long, hard look in the mirror. And there it was. Something wonderful - potential! So she turned that red hair to ravishing, whipped those freckles into creamy white skin, and traded in the Keds for kitten heels.
The result? Me-ow!

What happened next? What didn’t! She became a model for print and television, a trainer for runway, a business mogul and a mom! A red haute mom, that is.

That’s her story from red crayon to red lipstick. So come on girls - let’s start writing yours!

Comments

  1. Hi Kim,

    I love the tips Shelley gives in this video. I have done many media interviews, and the tips here are right in line with what I have been told to wear in the past.

    I was also happy to see the tip on what color shoes to wear to make the legs look longer. Who doesn’t want longer legs?

    Thanks so much for sharing this. I learned a few new and very useful things from the video.

    Hugs,

    Margo

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