Your boudoir session has been booked and is fast approaching - eeeek!
You are a little nervous (understandable) - but super excited!
The day is coming where you get to have YOU time!!
You get to sit in our beauty chair and get pampered by our hair&makeup expert - while listening to my awesome random tunes
Or your own playlist - if you'd rather not go from Eminem straight into quirky French!
You get to chat with us
Or sit in silence if you need the alone relaxation time - we know how that feels
You get to put on your brand new lingerie and heels - and feel absolutely fabulous!
But before you enter our beautiful studio to be beautified - there's a few things we need you to do.
There are things you will need to do a week or so leading up to your boudoir session - but these 5 boudoir preparation tips are for the day of your boudoir session.
These boudoir preparation tips are designed to help your session run as smoothly as possible!
1. ARRIVE WITH A CLEAN AND MOISTURIZED FACE!
Cleanse, tone and moisturize!
And DO NOT arrive with makeup! You are paying for an expert to do you makeup today - so even if you usually wear makeup - use that extra half hour to catch up on some beauty sleep instead.
2. USE CLEAR DEODORANT!
Especially if you are wearing black - or fabric that deodorant loves stick to! We want to be able to make any pose possible without having to think about hiding deodorant marks!
3. WEAR LOOSE FITTING CLOTHING!
Try to avoid JEANS, SOCKS and any other tight-fitting shirt. This will ensure that you have no red marks on your skin. There may not be time for the marks to disappear during your session. Sweatpants, a shirt and flip-flops are welcome in our studio - we don't judge!!
4. IF POSSIBLE - COME BRALESS!
Let the girls go free for an hour or so! Bras tend to leave red marks on our skin too.
Eat something light but filling. We greet you with champagne - we don't want it going straight to your head!!
And you will be with us for a good three hours.
But also - you need your energy for the adventurous poses we get you to do, hehe! It really is a workout!