Not to say you need to pack your opera gloves, just leave your bitty skirt and strappy top in the bureau (or combine them with thick stockings and a cozy cardigan). The skin you show should be strategic (ie “the portrait neckline”), it should bring gazes back to mother’s twinkling eyes and son’s missing teeth.
And as you prepare your visage, make it to look like it usually looks. Applying a few liberal moments and a handful of holding spray spritzes is fine. But avoid the temptation towards extravagant hairstyles or unconventional rouge routines. Keep your locks and smile as natural as possible. This is a keepsake of your and your dear ones, not training in trend capture.
Come back tomorrow for a lesson on blending colors on film.
And don’t forget to cast in your hat to win this week’s giveaway.