How To Camouflage a Double Chin

The very BEST way… with a sweet baby beaver…

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Second best… a glass of wine


A delicious scarf works well…


A husband and a slightly lifted shoulder works too…


As does a pretty God child…

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Back to the glass of wine… 

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Or the casual hand…

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Oh yes, a handy piece of artwork….

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Oops, this didn’t work… here’s Capri A making fun  of my extra chin hiding methods… (I just needed to move slightly to my left and get behind that shoulder!) 

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The glass of wine again…

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A fuzzy ,fluffy kitten works well…

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Mr. c. is learning my tricks!!!


An injured hawk will work in a pinch, but I don’t really recommend it…


Wine is a better option…

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Or even a baby opossum…


I’m sure I will continue to find even more fun and innovative methods in the future as well!   Maybe I should just get a facelift!

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9 Responses to How To Camouflage a Double Chin

  1. caprik says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this post!!!!

  2. Laurie --sister says:

    How innovative can one girl get!!! I wouldn’t recommend the face lift — you might come out with that “frozen in the headlights” look. I think you can get the same effect with lots of wine and it’s way cheaper! Besides, I love ya just the way you are.

  3. Basic Living says:

    Hahaha! Thanks for the tips! Especially the wine glass ones…… Too funny!

  4. deb says:

    Oh, what a post! This goes down as one of my all time favorites….you are a clever clever girl. Yes I love you just the way you are!

  5. warren says:

    2 things…I am curious about the $5 leaning on the wine glass in the one pic…seems sort of gangsta

    and about the hawk…were you not worried that he would eat your face plum off?

    • caprilis says:

      The $5… I’m not exactly sure, my sister (in the pic) did that. The hawk was in pretty bad shape. He had lead poisoning. He was remarkably calm. I captured him on Christmas eve so we named him Rudolph… Rudy for short. He lived at the Blue Ridge Wildlife center for almost two years.  He never fully recovered and couldn’t be released so he had to be euthanized. 😦  

  6. Zona says:

    Wow! You are talented! I’m taking notes over here… I have so many things to think of at once when those cameras come out… 😉

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