Miss D was a little late for her session, so our hair/makeup artist kicked booty and got her glamed up in no time. She was pretty nervous since she didn't have as much time as other girl have to warm up while they get their pamper on.. But she KILLED her session. She is gorgeous! I'm excited to share her photos with you, and some of her words about her experience..
What was your favorite part of the entire boudoir experience?
The feeling I get when I see my photos each time. I was in the new studio and while getting my makeup done besides thinking how kind and understanding everyone was, I thought —-WOW what an empowering thing for woman :) Katie is a genius!!
How did you feel after your session?
So relieved that I had it in me to go through with it. More comfortable in my skin since I can remember, confident that my husband and I were going to love this project. Mostly though very impressed of Katie who never batted an eye when I ran late, who juggled kids and work seamlessly that afternoon and the whole while was incredibly under the weather. She kept a smile on and nailed it all anyway. We woman often do that in our lives. Sometimes it’s nice to have a reminder that struggle is not yours to bear alone. Woman should be doing more to lift one another up. Katie definitely does that.
Did anything change about how you see yourself?
Volumes. There isn’t just one thing and sometimes it still seems like I’m looking at someone else. We woman get so used to how we see ourselves or how we’re thought to see ourselves throughout our life, at it can be quite a shock to have that changed for you.
Any advice for others looking to do a shoot?
The feelings are real, apprehension, not attractive enough, shy, scared, not in the budget right now (I let that one be my excuse for a year)! This is an invaluable experience . At the end of the day you can’t buy self confidence but you can definitely ask for some help getting there. This was that help for me. I think everyone deserves to have this experience at least once.