HOW TO PREP YOURSELF FOR GETTING YOUR MAKEUP DONE:
• Rule #1 is to drink lots of water and get plenty of sleep in the days leading up to your video shoot – you will look and feel so much better for your shoot, and you will also be able to think more clearly, which is very important to the success of your video shoot as well! Also, your skin will look hydrated, rather than dry, the more water you drink. Don’t underestimate the power of these simple self-care tips to help make your shoot go more smoothly, and be a better overall experience for you!
• The morning of your shoot, please arrive with a CLEAN face (if you typically use a certain moisturizer that works well for your skin, then you can apply it the morning of your shoot, but don’t put any other makeup products on your face)
HOW TO PREP YOURSELF FOR YOUR HAIR TOUCH-UPS:
• Keep in mind that our makeup artist will only be able to spend about 15 minutes or so doing hair touch-ups such as teasing, curling, straightening and spraying, so your hair should already be washed and styled as best you can, before you arrive on set
• If your hair is difficult to style or manage, then we suggest you get it professionally blown out the day before (or very early in the morning on the day of your shoot, depending on how well your hairstyle holds up overnight)
• Please do not arrive with wet or dirty hair (wash it the day before if your hair is on the dry side)
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU:
• If you have any favorite makeup or styling products like lipstick, primer, or eyeliner that you feel great in, bring them with you on the day of your shoot! If you LOVE it, and it makes you feel more confident, then our makeup artist can incorporate the product or color, as long as it looks great on camera
• Please bring a toothbrush or floss if you’re planning to eat before or during your shoot (we recommend that you stay well nourished throughout your day of filming so you should be eating snacks at the very least)
OTHER SUGGESTIONS FOR THINGS TO DO TO PREPARE FOR YOUR SHOOT:
• Wear something comfortable that you can slip off easily so it doesn’t interfere with makeup & hair
• Get a facial (or any other necessary skin treatments) a week before your shoot. Don’t try a new treatment a few days before you are scheduled to be on camera!
• Get your eyebrows waxed or threaded a few days before your shoot (and don’t go too thin on the brows!)
• Get a manicure a few days before your shoot. Paint your nails a neutral color, like nude or blush, as you don’t want your nails to be distracting or draw too much attention (a few specific shades that work well are “Bubble Bath” and “Ballet Slippers”)
• Don’t try any new products the day before your shoot!
• Drink lots of water and get plenty of sleep the day/night before your shoot
• Have very little alcohol (or better yet, none) the night before your shoot, as it will dehydrate you, and make you look and feel tired