With work meetings, date nights, and family get-togethers happening virtually, getting ready is no longer as simple as putting on a nice outfit and heading out the door.\nNarcity spoke to Toronto-based esthetician Rose Morriello of Elle Esthetics Ltd., who provided some makeup tips and background pointers that'll actually make you want to turn on your camera during your next Zoom call.\nEditor's Choice: 10 Celebs Who Grew Up In Small Cities In Canada\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nRemember, you don't have to pack on the makeup to look good on camera. \n\n\nRose Morriello\n\n\nWhen it comes to looking camera-ready, it's important to start with the basics, according to Morriello.\n"Find a spot with good lighting ensuring the lighting is in front of you where it won't cast any shadows," she said.\n"Natural daylight in front of a window is best. Lighting above or behind you will cast shadows on your face."\nAs for skincare, moisturizer and Vitamin C serum are essential for achieving a healthy glow. Eye gel can be applied to reduce puffiness, and mineral concealer is great for dark circles.\nMorriello also likes to apply concealer or foundation, which can "give [your skin] a luminous glow, evens out skin tone, and hydrate the skin."\nNext, Moriello will apply a little mascara to enhance her eyes and a touch of rosy or pink blush. "I like to use my lipstick as a blush as it gives me a little bit of highlight on my cheeks."\n\n"Finish off with a shimmer bronzer and you'll ready for the world!"\nAbove all, Moriello said confidence is the best look you can wear. And if you're not feeling it, you can always keep your camera turned off too.