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How to Pose with Your Hands in an OOTD, According to Lisa of BLACKPINK

These poses will definitely up your Insta-game!
How to Pose with Your Hands in an OOTD, According to Lisa of BLACKPINK
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These poses will definitely up your Insta-game!

Think of what makes a perfect OOTD pic and the usual essentials come to mind: a stylish outfit (natch!), trendy accessories, and maybe somewhere scenic to have your pics taken. These things make for a cute post to up your Insta-game. But according to BLACKPINK's main dancer and second rapper, Lisa, you can easily let your pics stand out, just by using your hands! Here are a bunch of hand poses you can try, based on Lisa's IG:

Rest your dominant hand on your chin and let your other arm rest on your knees. Squat or sit in front of a blank wall.

This instantly draws attention to your smile! Wear cute stockings to stand out, like the pair of fishnets on Lisa below.

If you're taking an OOTD pic inside a car, rest your hand under your chin and look away slightly.

Draw attention to the rest of your outfit by playing with the print on print trend like Lisa who paired a floral bag with her polka dot dress.


Taking a pic outdoors? Stop and smell the flowers!

Hold a flower or two lightly between your fingers. Plus points if your boxy tee comes in a color just as cute as what you're holding!

For a black and white shot, let your hands partially cover the camera lens to help frame your face.

But if you aren't wearing gloves, you can always sit on a chair, facing the opposite direction. Tilt your head towards the camera and rest your fingers lightly on your lips.

If you're wearing heels, emphasize your added height by leaning against a wall, with your hands resting against it.

Don't be afraid to cover part of your face, as long as you showcase the rest of your outfit!

Lie down on a clean surface and rest your hand on your chin, covering your mouth. By crossing your legs slightly, you can instantly bring attention to those cute boots you just copped, too.


Go for that aesthetic by covering the side of your face with the back of your hand

Flaunt that high ponytail by lightly tugging its ends with your free hand. Rest your free hand on your waist to complete the pose.

*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.phMinor edits have been made by the editors.