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Boudoir photography

I am now getting a lot of requests from people who want me to do their hair and make up for boudoir shoots following a shoot that I did with Emmest Photography and her new comapny Taboudoir for ETC magazine.

I teamed up with the wonderful Emma Meston from Emmest Photography, model's Celine Mailland and Grace Wardle and equipped with a case-full of Annabelle's Wigs, off I went to the Hotel Pelirocco  in Brighton with the aim to have fun!

Once at the pelirocco I was given access to the singstar room to carry out hair and make up with fellow artist Charlene Everest.  Here, I met Chrissie Nicholson-Wild of Curve Couture and also Cliterati.

Emma was set up in the pin up room at the Pelirocco to take all shoots.

Together the whole team was able to shoot a variety of shots and looks all based on a vintage theme, using the models own hair and wigs to get as many different looks as possible.

I also enjoyed working as Emma's assistant suggesting poses and creating fun from all people involved.

I was so happy to find out how much ETC magazine loved our shoot and they even chose one of our pictures to put on their front cover - a real privilege!

Here are a few more pics from the shoot;

Celine with her natural hair (curled and styled by me)

Celine wearing the Banbury wig from Annabelle's wigs
 Celine wearing the Diva wig from Annabelle's Wigs

I really enjoyed this shoot and have teamed up with Emma from Emmest Photography to offer a fabulous boudoir package for you.

For more details please visit either myself at or Emma at

We look forward to shooting you soon !

All the above hair and make up are another example of my work! - I hope you like what you see :-)


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