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  • Writer's pictureDiana Kartasheva

Elevate your professional image: Tips for looking your best in corporate portraits (female edition)

Elevating your professional image doesn't have to be a daunting task! You can look and feel your best in your next corporate portrait with a few simple tips. Here are some great tips for looking your best in a corporate portrait, focusing on tips for women.



Outfit Choices

The first thing to consider when preparing for your corporate portrait is what you'll wear. It's essential to pick an outfit that is both professional and flattering. Instead, steer clear of anything too tight or revealing, and opt for a well-fitted, classic look. Also, avoid anything too loose. Pick a color that complements your skin tone and hair color, which will help you look your best. And don't forget to iron and press your clothes before the shoot.


When choosing colors for your portrait, think about which shades will be most flattering for your skin tone and hair color. Shows of navy blue, purple, and emerald green can be particularly flattering if you have a cool skin tone. Shades of tan, orange, mustard, yellow, and carmine red can be more suitable if you have a warm skin tone. If you need help determining which shades will be most flattering for you, consider consulting a color expert or makeup artist.


Makeup can be a powerful tool for enhancing your features and making you look your best in your corporate portrait. When it comes to makeup for a corporate portrait, less is often more. Avoid heavy foundation or contouring, as this can look unnatural in a photograph. Instead, opt for a light foundation and a subtle, natural-looking blush. A neutral eye and lip can also be a great option.


Your hair plays a significant role in how you look in your corporate portrait. Make sure your hair is clean and well-groomed, and consider getting a haircut or trim a few weeks before your portrait session. Think about how you want to style your hair for the portrait. A simple and classic hairstyle can be an excellent choice for a corporate portrait.

Natural Posing

Lastly, consider how you'll pose for your corporate portrait. Avoid overly-posed or unnatural-looking poses; try to be as relaxed and natural as possible. Great way to practice it in front of the mirror. It will be my job to guide you through the process and help you find poses that flatter your features and make you look your best. With these tips in mind, you'll elevate your professional image and make a lasting impression.

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