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Had my BD photoshoot (Mpls) - My experience


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#31 MsZ

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    Posted 04 May 2009 - 06:36 PM

    Thanks for sharing- your +/- really help. After reading many of these things, it really makes me want to do my own and not feel so nervous about it!! Glad you had a good experience!

    #32 Geralyn

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      Posted 04 May 2009 - 06:46 PM

      Your pics are awesome! and thanks for all the tips and the pics you sent to ur photographer...it really helps...my shoot is may 16th...can't wait!

      #33 Kits55

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      Posted 06 May 2009 - 01:14 AM

      tguerre, your picture are awesome! Your FI is bound to love your BD book :) The Vikings jersey one is HOT!

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      Okay, first off, I had no clue what a BD photoshoot was. But now I really want to do one. Can someone explain how I'd go about doing this? Does any photographer do it? I think it's a great idea!
      I actually searched for boudoir photographers in my area as well as fashion/commercial photographers. I love the look of more fashion/stylistic photos than straight up boudoir photos. I wanted someone with some creativity so I wanted to find someone who's style I liked first. I figured that way if i liked the style for sure then they could tell me whether they could reproduce what I wanted. If you're really nervous or not sure how to go about things then you're probably better off using a photographer that has done boudoir sessions before so that he or she can direct you and give you additional ideas.

      #34 destination

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        Posted 20 May 2009 - 07:47 PM

        OK so stupid question here. I have never been a makeup girl, but want to get mine done before my bd shoot on Tues. How do you go about getting them to do your make-up for free at the MAC counter?? I know I sound like I am 10, but as far as experience with make-up I may as well be! Please help

        #35 Kits55

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        Posted 20 May 2009 - 09:43 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by destination
        OK so stupid question here. I have never been a makeup girl, but want to get mine done before my bd shoot on Tues. How do you go about getting them to do your make-up for free at the MAC counter?? I know I sound like I am 10, but as far as experience with make-up I may as well be! Please help
        I think at the Nordstrom MAC counter (at least in KS) you have to make an appointment ahead of time. Every time I go there just to shop their make-up artists are always full. I thought asking randomly if I could have it done on a drop in basis but since they're always full I bet they accept appointments.

        #36 ~*DiAnE*~

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          Posted 20 May 2009 - 09:59 PM

          Your pics are amazing!! Thanks for sharing everything!! :)

          #37 mrsd09

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            Posted 20 May 2009 - 11:47 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by destination
            OK so stupid question here. I have never been a makeup girl, but want to get mine done before my bd shoot on Tues. How do you go about getting them to do your make-up for free at the MAC counter?? I know I sound like I am 10, but as far as experience with make-up I may as well be! Please help
            I don't know if this is true everywhere but when I checked our MAC counter, they told me I would have to make a minimum $50 order to get my makeup done...




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