What is Boudoir? Your first thought is probably just sexy photographs, right? But there is so much more to a Boudoir session…
As it’s an extremely personal and intimate style of photography, where we get to delve deeper and root out all the insecurities that you have told yourself for years. We hear every woman’s story which forms a bond and strong trust before they even step in front of the camera. As woman, we tend to put everyone else first and almost feel guilty if and when, we decide to treat ourself’s. A Boudoir session offers the opportunity to step away from everyday life for a few hours and enjoy feeling like you again.
Boudoir is about empowerment, self-love and reconnecting with your inner self.– Louise Young
Why do a Boudoir shoot?
There’s a number of reasons why women opt for a Boudoir session. Some crave the empowerment, some are intrigued what they will look like glammed up, others like to think they are only doing it as a gift, (but secretly it’s for themselves). But whatever the reason you decide to do a Boudoir session, this can be a life changing experience. We’re all about empowerment, self-love and building body confidence.
How is Boudoir different from other styles of photography?
What I love the most about Boudoir, is every shoot is different and offers the chance to be creative. I like my sessions to flow organically, which is why we match your hair and makeup to the outfits you bring in. We work to suit your style and personality.
Is Boudoir really suitable any woman?
YES! You don’t need to change a single thing about yourself to do this, now isn’t that a powerful thought? I believe that beauty knows no shape, size or age. I want you to celebrate who you are, wherever you are in life right now. So don’t hold off until you have lost weight, or until the kids are older, or you have a reason to do it. You deserve this now.
I hope this has given you some insight into “what is Boudoir” and if it this is right for you.
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Hair and makeup by Alison Grass