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Style A teen spent 4 hours doing his makeup for his yearbook picture — and the end result is amazing

19:36  03 may  2018
19:36  03 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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He spent four hours beforehand doing his makeup . But his senior picture wasn't only about looking good, it was also about sending a message. "For me, this photo isn't just about the makeup , it goes much deeper than how pretty I look, or how symmetrical my eyebrows are," Kodra said.

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a person posing for the camera: kevin kodra © Provided by Business Insider Inc kevin kodra A truly iconic look.

  • It's hard to get a yearbook picture that is good or just ... not bad.
  • For his senior year, Kevin Kodra, an 18-year-old student from Toronto, Canada, was determined to get a good picture, he told INSIDER.
  • He spent four hours beforehand doing his makeup.
  • Kodra considers the final result a "natural look."
  • And the picture was amazing, by the way.

When it comes to school pictures, it's practically a miracle if you can keep from blinking, or make it the whole school day without staining your picture-perfect outfit.

No one knows that more than Kevin Kodra, an 18-year-old student at Bishop Allen Academy in Toronto, Ontario.

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A teen spent 4 hours doing his makeup for his yearbook picture — and the end result is amazing . For his senior year , Kevin Kodra, an 18- year -old student from Toronto, Canada, was determined to get a good yearbook picture , he told INSIDER.

For his senior year , Kevin Kodra, an 18- year -old student from Toronto, Canada, was determined to get a good yearbook picture , he told INSIDER.

"Throughout my high school career, my yearbook photos were always the ones that kids would laugh at when we would get the final yearbook at the end of the semester," he told INSIDER. "I was tired of not feeling attractive."

So this year, he decided to change that. Kodra moonlights as a makeup artist and social media influencer when he's not in school, so you can probably guess what happened next.

"When photo day came around, I knew I wanted to express myself to my full potential — so I did what makes me feel most glamorous: a bronzy, glowy look," the teen said. "I love using cream products for photos as it gives you a very skin-like look, but with maximum coverage."

Lo and behold the end result, a true, certified Look:

“I couldn’t even get my A’s straight” In honour of my 18th birthday, here’s my senior photo

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