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This photoshoot makeup tutorial has been on my mind for months! Ready to talk camera ready makeup?
Getting your hair and makeup ready to be on camera is probably the most important aspect of looking good in photos. Yet I see SO many of you stressing about how to do it.
There is a balance of how look photo ready, but still look like yourself.
I am going to teach you exactly why hair and makeup make such a difference. In addition, how to do yours so you look and feel amazing- all while still recognizing yourself in the mirror.
I’ve seen so many women really struggle to nail their hair and makeup for camera. And because it can totally make or break your photos, I am here with 3 tips to make sure you nail your look.
Hire a professional.
Seriously, if you have the means to do this, just do it! Not only does a professional know what to do, you will also have the benefit of being totally relaxed for your shoot.
You won’t be rushing to get ready, mess up and have to start over again. Or even worse, be struggling to get your look right. In fact, you’ll feel totally pampered!
And if you can’t hire a professional, DEFINITELY do yourself a favor and grab the No Filter Necessary Course by BA Makeup. It is a GAME changer for just $37!
Wear more makeup than you think.
Think night on the town makeup rather than every day makeup. Invest in quality makeup and be sure to learn how to apply it properly.
Classic looks work best.
There are some classic looks that look the best on camera such as a BOLD lip and a more neutral eye, or a smokey eye and a neutral lip. You want something timeless so your photos don’t look dated as looks change.
Now that you have the tools you need to get CAMERA READY, make sure you check out the PhotoShoot Wardrobe Guide I made you, and my best tips for choosing your photoshoot outfits.