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Learned this from Tya Banks a few years ago: The best way to get a good photo is to take it in the dark. This creates the most naturally flawless photo.

Meaning, get you one of those Kodak $4.99 cameras w/flash and take a photo of yourself at night time in a pitch black room. A good digital camera should suffice if you want to see your 'lightening results' instantly.

Cloudy weather, home lighting, and yellow lights, 'etc'etera can be major throw-offs.


So, who's taking a before photo and are going to chart their progress with additional photos as they go along?
 

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Just finished mine.
 

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Will do. Thanks for the info re how to take a photo properly. I always wind up looking like someone else! Since I've just begun using a home brew, it'll help me gaughe whether or not it is working well.
 

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Ya'll are welcome! I meant Tyra Banks not Tya, lol! I'm sure ya'll knew that though.
 

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Yep: figured that one out all by myself!
 

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Yes, I wrote about this in another thread, and I will definitely chart my progress. I plan to have an online journal with before and after pics. I'm wondering though, what would be a sufficient enough time to start showing your "after" photos. I'm thinking maybe after a month or a month and a half of using the products I will start posting the after photos.
 

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A month and a half of continuous use sounds decent.
 

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In that time frame, you should begin seeing a truly visible difference.
 
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