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For your best look, we encourage you to have clean or polished nails, come in on time for makeup, have hair finished, and a big smile ready to shoot. At this time our studio does not provide hair services. Please bring different outfits in case of a malfunction. 


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Service Prices


Makeup included If available


3 hr session

5 looks

10 photos, 7 in color 3 in black and white


non - refundable and non - transferrable deposit

Our Boudoir photography is a photographic style featuring intimate, sensual, romantic, and sometimes erotic images of its subjects in a photographic studio, bedroom, or private dressing room environment, primarily intended for the private enjoyment of the subjects or their romantic partner.​


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Studio Glam Shots

Makeup included if available


2 hr session

4 looks

7 photos, 5 in color 2 in black and white


non - refundable and non - transferrable deposit

Our Glam photography is a portrait session. But one that maximizes the subject's beauty. It's a portrait session that can involve makeup, wardrobe choices, and fine-tuned poses.

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Studio Head Shots

Makeup included if available


 1 hr session

2 looks

4 photos, 2 in color 2 in black and white


non - refundable and non - transferrable deposit

Our Headshots are typically shot with the subject looking directly into the camera. The emphasis is on the face and the expression. 

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About Your Makeup Artist

Caitlyn Cook is from Conway, Arkansas. Caitlyn has participated in National competitions for singing, modeling, and dancing and understands the importance of looking and feeling your best. She has had the opportunity to make women feel beautiful through makeup artistry onstage and off for the last ten years. Her favorite part of makeup artistry is to see her clients light up after sitting in her chair. She specializes in stage, runway, tv/film, pageantry, and wedding makeup. She is also super excited to be offering makeup classes at the Pink Door each month.

Boudoir Photography 

For those of you that have a boudoir shoot coming up here are some fabulous boudoir preparation tips to help your day go as smoothly as it can. 

5. Do Touch Up the Basics

If you dye your hair, get your hair done the week of your Boudoir Session. Shave or wax everything, the day of if possible, and spring for a mani-pedi. You’d be amazed how these little details can make or break a photo session. These pictures are going to be around for a while, reminding you of just how awesome you look, don’t skimp the small stuff.

A boudoir shoot is a great way to celebrate yourself, to create some amazing photographs that reflect just how vivacious and incredible you really are. It's often easy to get swept up with work and life.​

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Bring a friend and let's have fun celebrating you!

Let's do it!!

1. Do Bring Extra...Everything

You want to do this right, and every detail should be perfect. If you’re investing time and money into your boudoir session, the last thing you want is to have a rip in

your lace corset or a run in your stockings the day of your shoot. If you have a backup, you can switch, and save the session. Although artistically “distressed” articles can look good in a photo, for most of us, unseemly rips (especially in certain areas) are the last thing that we want.

Also, make sure to bring some makeup along with you, especially if you’re doing the process sans stylist or makeup artist. During the shoot, you’ll want to touch up the look so that you stay looking fresh and glamorous.

2. Do Spend Time Trying On and Testing Outfits

It’s no secret that our bodies change over time, we gain weight, we lose weight, we have children, we spend more time at the gym. Some things that used to look great on us just won’t anymore, and some things that we couldn’t quite fit into we will rock now. Also, clothes that have been in the closet or in the drawer for a while, depending on the material, will change with time - thanks to humidity and gravity and us not wearing them. So, if you bring an outfit for your session that you used to love but haven’t worn in a while, you might be in for a surprise.

instead of dealing with these potential “whoops” moments, take the time to try on any and all potential outfits.

The more you have to bring the better because options are always good, but you don’t want to make the mistake of bringing a lot of things that aren’t right for you. On the day of your shoot, you want to feel confident, sexy, on top of the world. So bring those outfits. And if your closet doesn’t bring that va-va-voom you’re looking for, maybe it’s time to go shopping. You never need an excuse to shop with us, but it’s nice to have one. Your upcoming Boudoir session is definitely an excuse.

3. Do Book your Appointment Date after Your Monthlies!!

4. Three words: Water. Water. Water. And make sure to avoid alcohol and salt, as these will turn your lovely skin to the texture of potato chips, which just isn’t pretty.