There are a few things you can do in the week leading up to your shoot to ensure you feel more confident and ready for the camera.
Giving your skin some gentle exfoliation in the days leading up to the shoot will help it glow- as a result, makeup will sit better on your skin. After your usual cleansing routine, use a warm flannel with a cream cleanser or an exfoliating face wash and small, circular motions to slough off excess dead skin. Be sure to moisturise morning and night in addition to this.
If you find you’re hair is feeling damaged or dry you can try a deep-conditioning treatment to help it shine.
You’ve probably heard it before, but getting enough sleep is key if you want to appear your best. Try to get a good 8 hours of sleep the night before the shoot to ensure you feel bright and bushy-tailed.
Staying hydrated will also help your skin and eyes look brighter. Try to avoid alcohol if you can as it will dehydrate you.
Most importantly of all- relax. The day is for you to enjoy, so let us help you feel fantastic in front of the camera!