Professional hair and makeup styling services
Updated: May 11
During my time specializing in headshots and business portraits, I've noticed that making use of a hair and makeup stylist before a session helps to create the best experience and the best final photos. It takes away the worry and pressure of doing your own hair and makeup and it gives you time to relax and be pampered before your headshot session. Stylists who have worked on photo or film shoots have perfected techniques to help you look your best in photos.
Unless I'm working on a commercial or editorial job, hair and makeup fees ($150 for hair and makeup styling, $100 for either service separately) are paid directly to the stylists. Here are the example shots from the talented artists who are currently working with me.
Ashley Skelly works in the film industry as a hair and makeup stylist and does some costume and wardrobe work as well. Here's a link to her some of her recent work.
Dakota Williams has been helping many of my clients with hair and makeup for the last few months, and she's wonderful. Here's a link to some of her work.
Serena Jenkins has been doing amazing work in the editorial world recently. See some of her work here.
Amber Actaboski works in editorial and in the film industry. She also does special effects makeup. Here's a link to her portfolio.
Bri Boyd has a thriving wedding makeup business, but she also does makeup for headshots and branding sessions. Here's a link to her work.