It’s very important to make sure you wear properly-fitted shirts- on a dress shirt, no gaps around the neckline and not too tight to where the skin is folding over. For men who need to wear a tie, and full Windsor knot is the best. If you don’t know how to tie one, I’ve included a video below to help. If all else fails, I know how to tie one! Also, make sure you don’t wear anything with a crazy pattern on it. Wear simple colors that compliment your skin tone. Feel free to bring some extra changes of clothes. It’s best to have options.
It’s best to leave your eyebrows as natural as possible. I recommend a mustache trimmer with a guide to help manage brows that get a little unruly. It’s what I do and it works perfectly.
This one is pretty obvious. Don’t drink something right before that can stain your teeth. If you would like to use a whitening product, I recommend Sheer White. I get it from my dentist. Leave the red wine for after the shoot!
Whatever you do, don’t get a haircut the day of the shoot! It’s best to get a cut a week or so before so you don’t have any tan lines. If so, they are difficult to fix in post production.
Hydration is key to healthy skin. Also, plenty of rest can make you look your best, so try to get a great nights sleep the night before.
Here's a couple of videos to give you a head start!