Pale skin is rare and beautiful - this kind of complexion often requires special care, and is rarely tanned in Summer. But few tips up your sleeve will transform your pale skin into little porcelain doll!
Pale skin is also perfect when you are going to be a scene girl. To create amazing Scene Queen look, start with liquid foundation in your natural tone - don't go for darker shades. If you're pale and have blonde hair, stick to magnificent lashes and concentrate your make-up on your eyes - see our guide How to Create Fabulous Lashes Naturally. Lips should be in natural shade, put some small amount of lip gloss and you're done!
Bleach blonde is a typical scene colour, if you do bleach your hair, great thing to do is create little coon stripes - the hairdresser will be also happy to do them for you, or put some fake coon tail extensions! If you hair is short or medium, you can layer the ends quite heavily and create funky little pony tails. Think Dakota Rose - she is amazing pale skinned Scene Queen with little pony tails and quirky hair accessories!
Audrey Kitching, Jac Vanek, Kikki Kannibal, they all look absolutely fantastic, no doubt about it. Now, with status of celebrity, these beautiful Scene Queens are ones to look up to. But where did they all start? We know it could have been Buzznet, MySpace or Bebo pages, socialising, adding celebrity friends and posting fantastic photos. Yes, they all take loads of photos of themselves. Don't they look proffessional? Yes, but this can be done at home too! Here we will give you few helpfull tips how to take great photos of yourself.
First of all, choose funky looking clothes, with strong colours and / or bold designs. The best design on offer at the moment is also one of Scene Queen's favourites - Pink Animal Print - Pink Leopard Hoodie or Pink Zebra Jacket. These Jackets are very flattering, look great on pictures and you can't get more Scene than that :)
Next, make-up, always put heavier make-up for photoshoots than you do everyday, as photos tend to blur the objects, and you want to bring out your eyes and flawless complexion, right? On great tips, how to do Scene Emo Make-Up, please see our guide - How To Do Emo Make-Up.
Now, the most important task, choose where to take your photos! The best light would be outdoors on a sunny day, ideally in the park, or local playground. If you prefer to take photos at home, choose a piece of white wall as a background. And try to avoid sockets and other wiring to get into your frame :) Now strike a pose and find the one that suits you best. Use digital camera, to know instantly how the photo looks like, and what to improve in your pose, how to put your head, arm etc. Look at Audrey and Jac's photos, how do they pose, smile, and remember, you'll get better with time :)