To smile without getting crows feet, keep the eyes tight and straight, and smile without scrunching the upper part of the face. Poke out your chin while smiling, especially for the camera, with advice from a beauty professional in this free video on smiling.
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Hi I'm Jackie Silver from Aging Backwards and author of the book Aging Backwards, Secrets to Staying Young with How to Smile. Now most of us smile naturally but I'm going to teach you how to smile so that you don't get the little crow's feet that come at the corner of your eyes. So what you want to do is you want to smile without scrunching up your eyes so I'm keeping my eyes tight and straight and then I smile. Now if I was going to smile and get crow's feet I'd go like this. You see the difference, I'm all scrunched up and especially for the camera, you want to poke out your chin like a turtle and smile without crow's feet. Now if you do get crow's feet I have a solution for that. They're called frownies and frownies are the best kept Hollywood secret. They have been around for over 100 years and you sleep with them on and what they do is they actually retrain the muscles underneath to lay flat, kind of like yoga or Pilates for your face so remember it's always good to put a smile on your face but try not to get those crow's feet. I'm Jackie Silver, have a happy day.