If you want to make the most out of your headshot session with, I highly recommend using a makeup artist. It can turn a good headshot into a polished, finished looking image. I also partner with hair and fashion stylists that are all excellent in their fields.
Makeup Artist, At First Glantz
Trained with industry brands including NARS and MAC, Jess prides herself on being consistently requested because of her talents and a client-first attitude. For your next night on the town, wedding, or make-up tutorial, let her help you 'glow-up'!
Born and raised in Marin, Jess has been happily working as an esthetician in the Bay Area for the past 10+ years. Jessica also does lash extensions and waxing. Jessica is available to come to the studio or meet you at her Fairfax location.
Hair & Makeup Artist, Owner Curltology
Chioma is a Bay Area native, with a passion for vibrant colors and edgy styles. She has experience styling and image consulting for music industry professionals and has done hair and makeup for models, brides and teens for nearly a decade. Curtology, her new salon, is located in San Rafael and you can book her at her salon or at Creative Portraiture.
Hair Stylist, Owner Hairfax Studio
You would think she’s a local by the way she knows her way around, until you hear her speak and realize she is an Aussie.
Kaz is lead colorist and owner of Hairfax Studio, Madame President of the Fairfax Chamber of Commence, a Herbalist who weaves potions into life, yoga student and teacher mother and friend.
Hairfax is across the street from Creative Portraiture, so you can pair your hair appointment and photography session.
(415) 246 8884
Personal Wardrobe Consultant
Michelle has been a creative force in the fashion industry for over 25 years, first as a fashion designer and now as a personal wardrobe consultant. She believes that when people feel and look their best, their lives and the lives of those around them are transformed – their confidence skyrockets, and their personal and professional lives are significantly improved.
Yes, it’s about clothing, but it’s really about connection-connection to ourselves and connection to each other.