No, keep your iPhone in your pocket and forget about the duck lips. We're not talking about selfies; we're talking about self-portraits. Step to the other side of the camera and learn how to take better shots of yourself.
Many of us like being photographers not only because we're creative, but because the thought of being on the business end of the camera triggers the fight or flight response. But whether it's for business reasons (I've shot self-portraits for Fstoppers articles) or artistic exploration, self-portraits are something worth trying. Personally, I like experimenting with them because I think they're the perfect platform for developing one's eye: you can follow your own ideas without the additional impediment of trying to translate half-developed creative impulses into well-articulated speech for someone you're posing, which tends to make it easier to turn off your brain and follow your instincts. Even if you don't want to get into that sort of intense introspection in front of a camera, it's a useful skill to have, as you may need a portrait for your business, or as is often the case, you may find that amongst your family and friends, you're the most talented with a camera, and at some point, you'll need to join them for a shot.