When it comes to aesthetic Instagram feeds, nothing comes close to Nadine Lustre's grid. She just knows how to curate and edit photos that look seamlessly coherent—even her sponsored posts don't look out of place! If you're trying to recreate the same ~vibe~ for your profile, read on for some tips and tricks straight from Nadine's Insta:
Black and White
The grayscale filter is an *essential* in Nadine's photos. Go ahead and add some grain while you're at it to give your pics some texture.Continue reading below ↓
All About The Details
One of the things you'll immediately notice about Nadine's grid is how she always posts extreme close-ups of her face, body, or even random objects.Continue reading below ↓
Taking a picture of your photobooth sesh is an oldie but a goodie!Continue reading below ↓
Film Is Not Dead
Of course, you can't have an ~*aesthetic*~ feed without some photos from a film camera. You may also choose to scan a Polaroid picture—the frame will give your feed some variety. (If you don't have a film cam, you can check out these apps to recreate the same effect!)Continue reading below ↓
Intentionally blurred photos are *key* in creating an aesthetic feed like Nadine's. Simply move your phone as you take a selfie and experiment with the timing.Continue reading below ↓
Lower the brightness or exposure of your photo to create the same ~moody~ effect that Nadine's pictures have.Continue reading below ↓
Flowers are a staple in Nadine's posts. Bonus points if you take a picture of them using a film cam!
Just Like The Movies
You can also put text on your photos to recreate movie subtitles. We suggest using your favorite quote or song lyrics.Continue reading below ↓
Let There Be White
White is a color that is featured a lot in Nadine's pictures. Be sure to do the lowered brightness trick for that moody effect!
Nadine always posts about her drinks and makes them look ~aesthetic~. Check out our article that guides you on how to pose with your wine or bubbly!Continue reading below ↓
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