Tips to prepare before photoshoot
Maintain a good hair condition. Please ensure your hair is in even color especially for those with dyed-hair. (e.g. You may need to re-dyed some part of the hair to make your hair color looks evenly.)
Keep your nails clean. The bride may choose to do manicure service so that it might add a hint of art for your wedding photos.
Get at least a basic cleansing facial care one week before the photo-shooting. It will help your face looks clean and brighter.
Most importantly, please get at least 8 hours of a well-rested sleep to maintain a refreshed wake up look.
To make your wedding photos even more meaningful, we suggest you to prepare some decorative items or memorables gifts.
Wear a button shirt so as not to affect the make up and hair do
Things to prepare: Drinking water, some snacks, umbrella, portable fan, small towels, sunblock, decorative items, memorable gift, socks/ shoes (black and white) for groom, “Nubra”, high-heels shoe, flatted-shoe for bride, etc
Things to take care during your outdoor photoshoot
As outdoor locations are usually hot and humidity, please do bring umbrella, portable fan or sunblock. And some towels for wiping off the sweat.
Cream for mosquito bite might be useful in some of the locations such as Nature Park, which is full of trees.
Please prepare plenty of drinking water to keep your body hydrated due to hot weather and energy loss during photo-shoot. Do prepare some straws for the drinking bottle as the bride can drink the water more easily.
For your information, some best-viewed locations are usually seemed to be a little hard to walk. For the safety, the bride must bring a flatted type of shoes due to the ground surface might be uneven.
Things NOT to do
Do not rebond and apply any conditioner/treatment on your hair as it may be difficult to style due to its slickness
Stay indoors and do not suntan before your photo shoot unless you prefer the sporty tanned look.
Do not exfoliate your skin the day before especially with those that contain micro-beads as they may aggravate your skin condition.
If you have acne/pimples, do not pop them as it is difficult to conceal an open wound
Wear a new pair of contact lens (as you may not be comfortable in them)