Tips for your Hen Do photography session
A Hen Do photography session is all about you and your day. The best advice we can give for your upcoming hen do photography session is to relax and have a great time with your friends! To prepare for the day, try and get a good night’s sleep. Pamper yourself, take a nice bath, use some aromatic oil or cream for the skin, it will give it a nice glow.
Clothes for you hen & stag photoshoot in Barcelona
For the outdoor hen party photography session, chose clothes of light colors, especially the clothes that are close to your face. Light colours serve as a natural sun reflector and make the face look brighter, fresher and more illuminated. It might also be a good idea to take a pair or flat comfortable shoes or flip flops with you (in case you are wearing heels). Most streets in the old town of Barcelona are not very “heel-friendly”. Make sure that right before the session you are not wearing anything too tight that can leave deep marks on the skin. This is especially important for the boudoir sessions.
Make-up for you hen party photoshoot in Barcelona
It is always good to use a little bit of makeup before your hen party photoshoot in Barcelona, even if you normally do not use any. There is no need to go out of your comfort zone and do anything extreme, just some tone and mascara and a bit of blush is always a great idea. Bare in mind that even heavy make-up is normally not very visible on pictures, so do not worry about “overdoing” it. If you and your friends prefer to have your make-up or hair (or both!) done by a professional, your hen & stag photographer can recommend some excellent and trustworthy make-up artists and hair stylists, who regularly work with us.
Accessories and props for you hen do photoshoot in Barcelona
Sunglasses, hats, scarves, flower crowns and ribbons are always a great idea! So are balloons and soap bubbles and confetti. Colorful fabrics can wave in the wind very beautifully. The main tip here is that there are no limits to imagination! Ask advices to your hen & stag photographer if you want further tips