Kathleen's Signature Session | Pagan Priestess
Kathleen saw our Halloween Pagan Priestess Event on Facebook and KNEW it was for her (in fact she said, and I quote, "I'm deathly interested." Yeeee!) She'd recently had some major lifestyle changes and felt that now was the time, and for a lover of all things Halloween, this was the perfect session to start a Boudoir obsession!
Read on to hear about the funny thing that happened during our session (seriously...it's always something)
What made you want to do a session?
I'm recently separated and I just lost 45lbs, and I'm just trying to find my way back to where I need to be emotionally.
Why the Pagan Priestess session in particular?
I LOVE Halloween and I thought it would be a fun idea.
Did you have hair and makeup done?
Savannah (SBB's MUA) did my makeup, and it came out wonderful.
What clothing did you bring?
A grey with black lace overlay bra, and strappy bottom set, and used the lingerie cage and robe from the Client Closet. (Kathleen brought the most amazing, Goth, thigh-high boots I HAVE EVER SEEN.)
What was your favorite part of the session?
The smoke bombs!
How did the reveal go?
It all came out wonderful, and the images came out way better than I expected.
If you had one piece of advice for someone wanting to do a session, what would it be?
Anybody thinking about doing this I would advise them to JUST DO IT, it's a great boost for your self-esteem!
Oaks Park is really popular for walking trails, and people often come out with dogs, children, and ATV's. Where this session takes place in the park is pushed all the way back to the far side of the parking lot, and most people don't take a whole lot of notice to us, but we are there and we're respectful of the other people nearby.
So a family drives up, and despite the fact we're trying to beat the sunset we are respectful of the fact that they had at least one small child with them, so we stopped what we were doing (you know...provocative posing XD) and waited until they got on the trail to resume.
And waited. And waited. And waited.
We thought they were trying to assemble a stroller for their toddler.....but in fact dad had a remote control car he'd been fiddling with. We got a pretty good chuckle out of it when they finally made their way down the far trail - I think mom had her hands full.