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"You captured my personality and made me comfortable"

"Thank you for making me look and feel beautiful, sexy and confident!"

"You captured my personality and made me comfortable"

How to prepare for your Boudoir Session

How to prepare for your Boudoir Session

#1: Bring that robe

Be sure to bring a robe with you to your boudoir session. It’s a great accessory that can be used as an additional outfit or for covering up between shots. Whether you choose to wear it or not, it’s always a handy item to have during your shoot.

#2: Some vino would be kino

You’re welcome to bring a small bottle of wine to your boudoir session. However, please keep in mind that alcohol can affect your skin and eyes, which may show in your photos. If you’re prone to redness or puffiness after drinking, I recommend refraining from drinking or keeping it to a minimum. Otherwise, cheers!

#3: Hiring your own make-up artist

If you hire your own make-up artist, I can’t recommend one that air brushes enough.  The camera and studio lighting will favor it.  And the end result will benefit from it.

#4 Choose Outfits That Make You Feel Confident and Comfortable

Consider bringing a variety of options, including lingerie, dresses, and accessories. Always bring more outfits than you plan to wear.  Better to have options, and we can mix items and outfits.  If we don’t like an item, we won’t feel bad moving on.  You can also bring that everyday outfit you think can be made super sexy!

#5: What to wear on the way in to your boudoir session

When traveling to your boudoir shoot, it’s best to wear loose-fitting clothing such as sweatpants or a loose skirt with no underwear. This will help prevent unwanted lines from forming on your skin that could potentially show up in the final images. By wearing loose clothing without underwear, you’ll be able to avoid any unsightly panty, bra, or jean lines that could detract from the overall look of your photos.

#6 Avoid Tanning or Spray Tanning

The recommendation is not to get a spray tan. This can cause skin discoloration and uneven tones in photos. If you will spray tan, try and tan at least 2-3 days before the shoot.  Be sure to cover all of the areas you can.  And remember, you might be showing more than usual.

#10: Shoes!

Feel free to bring as many pairs of heels as you want to your boudoir session! I would recommend bringing at least one pair of black heels and a skin-colored heel to match various outfits. The higher the heel, the better, as they can help elongate your legs and create a flattering silhouette in your photos. And if you have any extra strappy heels you love, bring those too! Ultimately, the more options you have to choose from, the better we can customize your look and create stunning images that showcase your unique style.

#11: Consider Bringing Props or Sentimental Items

Incorporate props or sentimental items to personalize your shoot. If your session is for a gift for someone special, consider bringing an object or an item of clothing that means something special to them.

#12: Eat a Light and Healthy Meal

Eat a light and healthy meal before your session to avoid feeling bloated or uncomfortable.

#13: I provide a guide

Once you book your boudoir or after dark session, I’ll provide you with a comprehensive guide that outlines everything you need to bring, including recommended pieces, accessories, and more. You can trust that I’ve got your back and will be there to help you every step of the way, from preparation to the final images. So don’t worry about a thing and let me guide you through the entire process!

#14: Relax and Enjoy the Experience!

Remember that the goal is to celebrate your unique beauty and feel empowered, so trust in your photographer and allow yourself to let go and have fun.