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Boudoir Photography

So, lets talk about it. BOUDOIR- obviously its something that has been on your mind. What is it going to be like? What should I bring? Do people actually do these kind of shoots?  I'm here to answer your questions. 

What will my boudoir shoot be like?

Exactly how we design it, together. For every boudoir shoot, you will get to choose several factors to make you more comfortable and make the photos exactly what you want. You will get to choose a drink (mimosas, anyone?), the type of music you want bumping in the background, and the general feel/aesthetic that you want to go for. 

What is included in my boudoir shoot?

In short, everything. So we've already covered the mimoas- I mean "drinks" included, what else do we need? In every shoot, hair and make up is included by one of the top MUAs in Greenville. During our consultation, we will go over the type of make up you want and don't want, which I'll share ahead of time with your makeup artist. Your shoot also includes however many consultations you need to go over lingere choices, and what will suit your body best. (Hint, it may not be what you think!) All shoots include all, yes I said all digital files. With that, you will have the option to print your photos on your own, or I would be happy to provide them to you at a competitive rate. Should we decide to shoot at an airbnb instead of in the studio, as an added sexy surprise for you and yours, YOU get to keep that airbnb rental for the night. 

Will my photos be shared?

NO! Your photos will NEVER be shared without your express permission. 

What should I do to prepare?

I'm so glad you asked. There are a few little things I advise you to do before hand.

Nails- if you want to have your nails done, I suggest you get them done a few days early, but no more than a week ahead of our shoot to make sure they look fresh.

Shaving/Waxing- if you intend to wax, do so no later than 3 days before your shoot to avoid any irritation or bumps. If you would prefer to shave, wait until the morning before your shoot and be sure to use a nice shaving lotion or cream as well as moisture after you're done. 

The day before- be sure to avoid heavy carbs and salts as they increase swelling and water retention. 

What should I bring?

Comfy clothes to get your hair and make up done in. Don't wear anything too tight or restrictive that would leave marks on your skin (like jeans or socks.) Other than that, the only thing you need to bring is your three outfits we talked about prior, although you are welcome to bring whatever makes you feel more comfortable such as a friend! 

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