Sometimes clients agonize about wardrobe. Will they have enough pieces the fill out an entire shoot? And sometimes a client will bring just one signature piece. When that piece is a perfectly form fitting little black dress, one can be all you need.
With Saron’s dramatic close-cropped hair, teal nail polish and radiant smile, we didn’t really need other embellishments to make her and her bump look amazing.
Since she is a low maintenance woman, she wanted her makeup to provide subtle enhancement that would keep her looking natural yet glamorous. For an understated daytime look, makeup artist Brandon Ward opted for warm earthy tones in the lipstick and eyeshadows.
We rounded out the maternity session with photos of Saron and her husband Evert. The couple had few photos documenting this important time in their lives, so Evert came prepared with poses he really wanted for their shots together.
Makeup: Brandon Ward.