GET A MANICURE. Soft, neutral colors work best. While you’re at it, toss in the pedicure (go for any color you like on toes).
GET GROCERY. Plan a healthy shoot-day breakfast and snacks.
WASH YOUR HAIR. Fully air dry or blowout your hair, but avoid using hot tools such as curling or straightening irons. Before bed, pull your hair up into a loose top-knot for volume. Don’t put any products in your hair.
If your goal is couple of great professional profile photos, then you want to look your best but still look like you, so I advice you to style your hair in the morning like you normally would to speed up the process. As hair is very personal and I want you like them on your photos, so I will always ask you to do final touches anyway.
Very Short Hair? You can wait to shampoo until the morning of the shoot.
SHAVE. Touch up your body hair situation; remember under- arms, and legs; and possibly forearms, bikini, and upper lip.
TWEEZE EYE BROWS. Double check for any strays.
BEAUTY SLEEP. I know it is not always easy, but try your best to get 7-8 hours of sleep.
MAKEUP. I have all natural makeup at the studio. But if you have sensitive skin and prefer to use your own skin care and makeup, you are welcome to bring them. You can also bring along your fav lipsticks and you can come with your base on if you feel inclined to. I have more than enough brushes at the studio. All perfectly clean after each use.
See you tomorrow at the studio at 10:00! I can’t wait to spend time with you, playing dress up and to photograph you!
Please keep in mind that these tips are just guidelines
These are not hard and fast rules, as there are always exceptions to rules.