Frequently Asked Questions


  • What is your style?

I am a firm believer that boudoir photos should be classy, modern, chic, and editorial. Sometimes less is more and with boudoir pictorials it’s always best to keep it simple, clean, and classy. I want you to leave with photos that looked straight out of a magazine.

  • Will my photo be shared online?

Your photos will only be shared on my website if you sign a written document allowing me to share it.

  • I am not a model, I don’t know how to pose.

Not everyone is a natural model, but with my help and guidance, you’ll slowly feel like a model very quickly. The poses I guide you to do are all very simple and easy. Within a few minutes, it’s just going to get super easy and you won’t even realize you are posing or modeling. It’s going to feel effortless!

  • I have stretch marks, lady lumps, acne, and/or scars. Can you help fix this?

No worries! I can do retouching and fix those problem areas fairly easily. Don’t worry!

  • Will there be any males at the photoshoot?

Never! All females only.

  • Is hair/makeup included?

All my packages include hair&makeup. Professional hair&makeup is essential to capturing really beautiful images. Not to mention, it’s also nice to feel pampered for a change!

  • Where do these shoots take place?

All boudoir sessions take place in my private studio. If you want a different look, then we can discuss doing your boudoir at off site locations such as a boutique hotel or any other unique locations.

  • How long does a session last?

Depending on the package you decide on they can last 1-2 hours. Hair&makeup takes an additional 1-1.5 hours.

  • Do you provide outfits?

No, I do not provide any outfits. Every woman is so unique and every session is unique. Bringing your own outfits ensures you selected the best outfits that fit your body type. Select outfits that suit your personality and body shape, and complement your skin tone. If you need help with outfit ideas, send me an email!

  • Can I bring a friend to my session?

You certainly can, but I highly recommend not to. The less people in the room, the better.  Sometimes it can make you more nervous and shy having so many people watching you. So less is more.

  • What should I wear?

You can check out my Pinterest board for some ideas:

  • Do I have to go nude?

Absolutely not. You don’t have to ever go nude. It really just depends on your comfortability level and what type of creative images you are aiming to achieve.



Do you have a question that’s not covered here? Please contact us for more information!

Email: sarina{@}
Phone: 626-502-8028