What you need to know before your boudoir session
Ladies, let's get real here, who doesn't want to feel like a badass bombshell in front of the camera? With a little preparation and the right steps, you can totally rock that boudoir photo session and feel totally confident before your session starts
1.Wardrobe, wardrobe, wardrobe: The right outfit can make or break a session, and that's especially true for boudoir. Bring lingerie that makes you love the way you look, a killer robe, a graphic tee and ripped jeans, or even a simple white sheet. The point is to choose clothes that make you feel confident.
2.Makeup and Hair: You don't have to be a makeup artist or hairstylist to look fabulous in your photos. You can either hire a pro to do your hair and makeup, or you can do it yourself. Just make sure you feel confident!
3.Get pampered: You deserve it, don't you? Treat yourself to a massage, a manicure, or a bubble bath before the shoot. It'll help you relax and feel like the star you are.
4.Plan ahead: Know what you want, and don't be shy to bring inspiration images or specific poses you wanna try. If you are unsure about poses, trust your photographer! They know what they are doing and will guide you through your poses. (At least that's what I do for my boudoir babes)
5.Communicate: Your photographer should be your BFF during the shoot. Talk to them, tell them what you want, and don't be afraid to ask for something different. They're there to help you look amazing, and they'll love to hear your ideas!
6.Embrace your body: Remember, everyone has insecurities and imperfections, boudoir photography is an opportunity to embrace your body, love and appreciate it and to see the beauty of it. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself and try to enjoy the experience!
A boudoir photo session can be a fun and empowering experience, but it's important to be prepared and feel comfortable. By following these tips, you'll be able to relax and enjoy the experience, resulting in beautiful and confident photographs that you'll treasure for years to come.