Forget filters. Getting that perfect selfie isn't about playing with the photo adjustments - it's about showing off your natural features, striking a pose, and giving flawless makeup game. Follow these 6 base tricks to get picture perfect with the ultimate #Instaselfie makeup collection. You’ll be adding '#nofilter' to every picture you take.
First, banish dark circles, cover blemishes and even skin tone with #Insta Conceal & Correct Palette, £6.49. Use peach to brighten dark circles, lilac to brighten dull tones, and green to neutralise redness, hiding any imperfections from the camera flash.
It’s all about that base for skin that looks glowy and fresh on camera, so apply #Insta Flawless Skin Tint,£6.99, to blur away blemishes and signs of tiredness. This IRL filter also comes with SPF15, so it’s perfect for summer.
Get those cheekbones on point. Using the sculpting tip of the #Insta Duo Contour Stick, £6.99,draw a line in the hollows of your cheeks, down the sides of your nose, and on your temples. Blend the creamy formula for subtle definition. Then, trace the light end over the tops of cheekbones and under your eyes for a natural-looking lift.
Matte, but never cakey, #Insta Fix & Matte Powder, £4.99, creates a smooth, selfie-ready finish. Sweep the micro-fine powder over your t-zone to reduce shine, and the translucent finish will make pores appear smaller in seconds.
The Kate Sculpting Palette, £6.99, is basically a filter finish in a palette. It holds a contouring shade, a glow-boosting blusher, and the most incredible highlighter. Think of it as the finishing touch to your #Instaselfie look. Simply use the sculpting hue to double up definition, before sweeping the blusher on the apples of your cheeks. Next, up your glow game with the highlighter by brushing it on the tops of cheekbones, your cupid’s bow, the bridge of your nose and just below your brows.
Set your selfie-ready look into place with a spritz of #Insta Fix & Go Setting Spray, £6.99. This mist can be applied on top of makeup to help it last for up to eight hours.
Now, go and take that #Instaselfie.