It's no secret that Kendall Jenner looks great, well, always. Her style certainly helps—but her subtle yet statement-making photogenic trick also helps her look flawless in front of the camera. If you look closely, you'll notice she often tilts her head slightly to the right to frame her face and elongate her neck. Why does this work? Well, we tapped Getty Images photographer Steve Granitz (who has photographed the model several times) to get the scoop.
As Granitz explained, this trick will make you look slimmer and younger, and it will accentuate your jawline. Think about your angles—facing the camera straight-on is rarely flattering. Turning your head slightly to the right and lowering your chin gives your facial features depth. Why, you ask? Because this action gets rid of shadows, which can make your face look wider, larger, or slightly discolored. Instead, do what Kendall does—stand slightly sideways and tilt your chin a bit downward and a tad to one side for a universally pleasing look.
Keep scrolling to check out a variety of photos where Kendall practices this trick—and go a bit farther to shop pieces Jenner would love (that will enhance your photos even more).
On Kendall Jenner: Versace gown.
On Kendall Jenner: Chanel belt.
On Kendall Jenner: Calvin Klein tunic; Stuart Weitzman Nudist Sandals ($398).
On Kendall Jenner: Louis Vuitton blazer and skirt.
On Kendall Jenner: Balmain x H&M jacket, bra, belt, and pants; Francesco Russo sandals.
This lingerie-inspired slip dress can be worn in so many ways.
Jenner is a new member of the khaki pant trend fan club.
Pink makes every photo better.
A sleek moto jacket will make any photo that much cooler.
When she's not wearing skinnies, Kendall loves cropped jeans like this pair from Rebecca Minkoff.
Jenner would wear this on its own or peeking out from under a sheer top.
It's possible that Jenner's subtle head turn is also to show off her cool hoop earrings.
These are worthy of their own shoefie.
Want to add a little drama to your photo? Put on a Jenner-approved fur.
Will you test out this trick in your photos? Let us know in the comments below!
This post has been updated by Allyson Payer.