It is so beautiful this time of year get a jump on your Senior Pictures CLASS OF 2017
1. Makeup that is well done is one of the best preparations you can make for your session.
It will even out skin tones and help give your photos that extra pop for a model-like look. Even if you don’t normally wear makeup or wear very little, take the time to do it well and your photos will look their best. SPF in your makeup can bounce the light.
2. Wear HEELS.
They make the outfits more finished in photos. Flip flops are comfortable but don't photograph well. Pick clothes you love to wear and make you feel good. Solid colors are best.
3. Have your hair a little fuller than you normally wear it. Also bring a few holders for a few changes of hair style. a soft side braid or messy bun can look outstanding after you do your hair down photos
4. Be relaxed.
Your session will be more "you" if you are happy and relaxed going into it. Book it for your favorite time of the day in your favorite place. Bring a friend to help you with your outfit and hair changes.
5. Pinterest up fun senior picture ideas.
There is some really cool stuff online and it can really make your pictures more "YOU"
6. Pick a great photographer that has your style.
we love to work with
Lex Stockton--- @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Just imagine Photography--- @email@example.com
Kelsey Hessig--- @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanne Burgueno Photography @ FACEBOOK
Book with us for a special price of $65 for hair and makeup
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