- Contouring & Highlighting
If you want to contour and highlight your face, you can use the burn tool and the dodge tool. The burn tool will add shadows while the dodge tool will create highlighting. Just make sure the opacity is under 20% to make the look more natural.
Does your eyeliner look faded in photos? Give it a boost with the burn tool.
- Washed Out
If you feel your photo looks washed out, give it a boost by increasing the temperature, saturation and contrast. Just play with the levels until you get the desired effect. You can also decrease the temperature if you feel the lighting is too yellow.
- Uneven Skin Tone/Wrinkles
If you have uneven skin tone or wrinkles, you may be able to hide these by using the cloning tool. This tool allows you to select an area of the photograph and duplicate it in another area of the photograph. It is best to use a small brush to create a more natural effect. You may also have to re-select your cloned area many times as the tool often deviates from what you have selected.
- Bigger Boobs
Did you know you can make your boobs look bigger in Photoshop? Just use the liquify tool.