Boston Boudoir .:. Prep School Lisette on Beautiful Skin

Lisette is one on my favorite ladies, and stylists  of all time.  I invited her to do a series of guest posts for those of you who may be interested in getting a boudoir portrait made.

Sugar is a natural humectant- meaning it pulls in and holds on to moisture.  Create a sugar scrub for yourself all Pinterest style: a couple cups of sugar and a third of a cup of coconut oil rubbed all over will make every inch of your body excruciatingly soft.  After you wash it off, cover your body in coconut oil (you can buy jars of organic coconut oil at Whole Foods or Trader Joes in the cooking oil section-- it looks white in the jar but as soon as it connects with the heat of your skin it turns to sheer liquid) and luxuriate.  Your skin will glow for days.

For folks who want a little more glow and all-over radiant shimmer, I'm a fan of NARS Body Glow and the St. Tropez Skin Illuminator Gold with their finely ground illuminating pigments that glow rather than glitter. Anything that catches light will pop on camera.  Shoulders and collar bones, cheek bones and thighs.