Updated: Aug 23, 2021
Just booked your Boudoir Session? Yay! Now here’s a list I’ve compiled of Do’s and Don'ts of how to prepare for your boudoir photo shoot:
SKIN – Let’s talk about your skin. Please DON’T over-use self tanners and stay out of the sun. A photographer’s nightmare is having to Photoshop weird skin tones and sunburn/tan lines. DO moisturize your skin for a natural glow. Glossy, shiny skin photographs well and also brings out muscle definition and tone. As a general rule, don’t do anything too crazy beforehand (i.e. don’t get a facial or your eyebrows waxed for the first time the day before your shoot), because if anything goes wrong you will be a total stress ball during your session. As for waxing your lady bit's, I recommend going to wax at least 2-3 days before your shoot so the redness and swelling goes now!
HAIR & MAKEUP – Don't worry about doing your makeup or hair the day of the session. Come with fresh face and fresh hair or slightly dirty if it holds curl better that way. Just make sure your hair is dry so we don't eat up time by blow drying your hair. I highly recommend you get a natural mani/pedi, or if you love color go for color! I also recommend you clean your jewelry so it shines during your shoot!
WARDROBE – Wear loose fitting clothing the day of so that you don’t have markings when you strip down. If you're comfortable doing so, don't wear a bra we don't like those bra strap lines! Although I provide outfits for you, feel free to bring some of your outfits from home, maybe bring an outfit you know your significant other loves on you. Bring a special t-shirt, or bring your veil if your planning on giving your album as a gift for your wedding! You can always email me or message me on social media if you have any questions! JUST DON'T FORGET TO BRING YOUR NUDE G-STRING THONG!
DIET & SLEEP – One week before your shoot, cut out as much sugar, carbs and processed foods as possible. Your skin will thank you, as well as keep you from looking bloated and puffy. Get as much sleep as you can the night before and eat something light the day of your shoot.
If you have any questions you can always ask!
You can reach my by calling or texting: 770-367-0482
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