We all know that magic is in makeup. As an artist myself, photographer of course, I know that it’s not just good makeup that matters, but the application and artistry behind the brush that is so very important.
I know that one of the things that many of my clients worry about on the run up to their boudoir shoot is their makeup. They worry that it won’t look good enough, or it won’t stay on for the full day or that they will pick shades that clash or don’t compliment the style of the photos. I completely understand where that worry comes from, but when you are already nervous about pushing beyond your comfort zone and doing something new, the last thing you want to be doing is adding in the worry of your makeup, especially if you just aren’t confident with applying it.