Your make-up and hair get the most mileage in a senior portrait session, so a bit of forethought is always a good idea when it comes to putting on your face.
I would recommend going with a good foundation topped with a bronzing powder versus blush. If you have any skin imperfections (such as acne or a scar), use a quality concealer to disguise them as best as possible.
Eye make-up should be relatively basic. Shadow is not a total no-no, but it will be best to utilize neutral shades that will work with both your traditional portraits and casual clothing. Eyeliner and mascara are definite musts for the make-up confident as they will help draw attention to your eyes in every shot!
studio 2 photography 2011