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Alright everyone SMILE!!!  Immediately you shove your chin up towards the sky, flash your million dollar smile and BOOM you think you’ve taken the cutest shot ever.  However, when you actually see the photo you realize that your eyes look like little beady rat eyes, your teethy smile takes up the entire shot AND your face looks disproportionate.  Hmmmm….what happened?  Well check out the photo below and learn how to GET YOUR FULL EYES in every shot!!  Keep that chin down and give your eyeballs the opportunity to shine!

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