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5 Tips to Prepare You for Your Boudoir Session


January 29, 2019

Boudoir sessions are so much fun, but can cause a little anxiety when you’re not quite sure how to prepare. Below you will find 5 solid ways to help get you ready before your boudoir session.

Moisturize your skin 2-3 days leading up to your session, as well as the morning of your session. Your skin is the focus of the shoot, nourish it with moisturizer and it will look absolutely stunning in your photos.                                                

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Wax unwanted hair at least 3-4 days before your session. The last thing anyone wants in their photos is red blotchy skin or swelling from waxing. To ensure that this won’t be a problem, plan to do this routine at least a few days ahead of time.

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Wash and Condition your hair the night before. Who washes their hair every day anyway? The best thing you can do is plan to come to your session with clean, dry hair, so prepare by washing it the night before.

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Eat a light breakfast before you arrive to the studio. Please, this is important. Don’t worry about excess weight or bloating. The poses require energy and you will need those calories.

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Wear loose fitting clothing the day of your session. Ditch the bra, go commando. Don’t wear anything too tight fitting. That way we can avoid any unnecessary lines and indentations on your skin!

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