Hair and Makeup



Do your hair and/or makeup the way you always do it; more or less isn't necessary. Give yourself a week or so after a haircut. Men don't need a foundation, and women should do their everyday routine. You want to look and feel like yourself, and the idea that the camera adds or robs color or contrast is a myth!  Complexion problems can be retouched later - do not despair!



If you prefer to use a makeup artist, I recommend Sandy Morris. You can find out more about her on her website, http://www.sandyfaceartist.com/.  You'll arrange with her to come an hour before we start shooting. 

HAIR AND MAKEUP


Do your hair and/or makeup the way you always do it; more or less isn't necessary. Give yourself a week or so after a haircut. Men don't need a foundation, and women should do their everyday routine. You want to look and feel like yourself, and the idea that the camera adds or robs color or contrast is a myth! You also want to match your photo, because you want your auditioners to remember you after you've left.  Complexion problems can be retouched later - do not despair!

If you prefer to use a makeup artist, I recommend Marcus Geeter. I've been working with him for years, and he works with lots of other headshot photographers in town. You can find out more about him on his website: 





 

You'll arrange with him to come an hour before we start shooting.

 

 

Suzanne Plunkett

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