CAMERA READY ESSENTIALS

    Men’s Ties & Pocket Squares

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    Men’s Ties & Pocket Squares

    Men’s Makeup

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    Men’s Makeup

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    Women’s Makeup

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    Women’s Makeup

     

    The makeup you wear on-camera is different than what you will wear when you’re not under harsh TV lights. It’s important to add a pop of color and dimension to your face. This video helps showcases some tips and tricks to help you apply your makeup when you’re anchoring.
    Below are makeup options for women that all work on-camera. Need help removing that makeup? Watch this

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    Looking for a great CC cream that provides wonderful coverage with SPF that isn't heavy? We've found it. Lune + Aster CC Cream with SPF 50 is amazing. It provides sufficient coverage if you're reporting in the field, while not being too heavy during these humid summer months.

    Men’s Clothing

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    ACCESSORIES FOR WOMEN

     

     

     

     

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    Women’s Accessories

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    Women’s Clothing

    Women’s Clothing

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    CLOTHING FOR WOMEN Whether you’re at the anchor desk, weather wall, reporting in the field or getting ready for a Facebook Live broadcast, we’re here to help you get camera-ready with clothing, accessories, makeup and haircare solutions. When it comes to dressing for the camera, remember a few rules of thumb: Wear bright colors that accentuate your hair and complexion. Focus on finding figure-flattering silhouettes that aren’t too billowy or loose but aren’t too tight either. Avoid too many layers, a drape-y sweater or heavy jacket. They add additional bulk. Less is more when it comes to accessories. Any of the dresses you see featured on this page work well on-camera, specifically the anchor desk and weather wall. They’re fitted, yet have some give so that they’re not too tight. If you’re ever in doubt on a size, buy one size larger than you normally wear. You can always get it tailored for your body. There are certain designers who make clothing that looks great ...

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