Is there any better ego boost than taking a cute selfie? Yeah, you always look good but having how good you look captured forever in a fire selfie means you’ve got a constant little confidence boost on your camera roll (or in a frame on the wall, why not?) to remind yourself that you are FIRE. We want you to love every single part of you. Here’s our ultimate guide on how to take a selfie:
Show off your best ass-et
We did one day of the squat challenge last year and therefore have bums like Kim K, right? Put your best bum forward and make sure you’re all about the
I woke up like this…
You can #nomakeupselfie like a pro, and do it properly by snapping a shot when you’ve ACTUALLY just woken up. The more you see yourself bare-faced, the more you’ll come to love and accept that you’re beautiful just the way you are. In a world of filters and Facetune, it can be nice to have a reminder of how gorgeous you are naturally. Plus, bed head is cute!
Side boob selfie
Side boob is the new cleavage. Whether you’re blessed in the boob department or repping the itty-bitty brigade, you should learn to love your boobs. Saggy boobs matter. Big boobs matter. Small boobs matter. Whatever your pair look like, they’re your twins and you should feel amazing about them.
Legs for days
Whether you’ve got legs longer than a catwalk model, or you’re perfectly petite, you should feel confident popping a leg à la Angelina Jolie. Forgotten to shave? No bother, your body hair is nobody else’s concern. Got thigh dimples? Yass girl, they’re the cutest. Got a scar? That’s a bit of your life story on your body. You have legs for days.
Living for lingerie
Love isn’t just for you to give to others, it’s important to give it to yourself too. Nothing makes a gal feel fire like beautiful lingerie. If you need a hand picking out the perfect lingerie for your body shape, check out our handy guide here.
Off out on V-Day?
Want to stock up on some underwear?
And read what to wear on Valentine’s Day here:
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