Sadly, everything has it’s limitations and many things such as fine hair clinging to faces, or unshaven areas on men – or colour and pattern choices are very difficult, and very costly to correct.
If you wear eyeglasses, please try to avoid the type that change density under lighting, especially for outdoor shoots. A little trivia here from the magazine world: stars who are known for glasses often have a spare pair with no lenses in them to give more versatility in lighting. Ask your optometrist if they can lend you a pair of empties.
Here is an example of how to include glasses without them actually being in front of your eyes.
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