Dilemma...kinda

6:59:00 PM mandy 3 Comments

The situation is...
Yesterday some my graduate class at my HS found out that our portrait photos will be taken next week. (We're currently juniors)
It came as a surprise because 1.it would make more sense to have them taken maybe in the summer or fall when we come back to school since a lot of things could happen over a couple of months, 2.they only gave us 1 week's notice.
My mom has already confirmed that I do not need to get a haircut, but I have another situation...
I have lots acne scars and blemishes all over my cheeks and chin :(
Does anyone have any recommendations for concealer/powder/foundation that will cover it but still look natural and is flash photography friendly (aka no mask face)?

------some funny stories related to this (at least I think they're quite amusing)------
1. On the postcard that suggests what we should wear/do in preparation for the picture day it includes "Apply concealer or powder to minimize blemishers & shine"
-It probably won't sound that unusual, but my school is pretty big (my graduating class has ~1000+ people) and I doubt half of them wear makeup (mostly guys & some girls).

2. People started to get these index cards that tells us what day we're taking the photos yesterday, and a guy in my class shaved his head >__< But then again, he doesn't seem like a person that would care if he had hair or was bald in his yearbook photo. Lol

3 comments:

  1. Hi Mandy, sorry to hear what short notice you guys got for your photos :(
    Hmmm I always really liked Diorskin Nude/Forever for light-medium coverage and they both look fantastic in photos. The downside is that they are quite pricey though. Hope that helps!

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  2. Thanks! It is a bit pricey, maybe I'll ask for a sample from Sephora :P

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  3. I knowww I love JS products even though it might not be the best in quality that the price point can buy hehe I'm such a sucker for packaging!

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