Houston Brand Photography for Glowsthetics

May 3, 2021

Houston Brand Photography for Glowsthetics.

This brand photo shoot was a fun one! While the majority of our clients don a neutral color palette, Glowsthetics has a bright, vibrant, and crisp brand. What a refreshing challenge this was for us!

Dually based in Georgia and Houston, Texas, Aunjalie Patel is an esthetician provides services like facials, lash lifts, teeth whitening, henna brows, and more. In addition to her skin care services, she also sells the products she uses on her clients. The products can sometimes be overlooked since people are used to going to Aunjalie for her services. She wanted to use her time with us to highlight some of the products that are available for her clients to purchase.

The Inspiration

We were inspired to capture the refreshing and exciting feeling of going to get a facial. You get sprayed with so many fragrant and beautiful products, you get a facial massage, and it’s just all things rejuvenating and pampering should be. The mood board below was one we created based on the questionnaire Aunjalie filled out for us. We utilized her brand colors, her goal for the shoot, along with the other answers she gave us in her questionnaire.

Creating a mood board for brand photo shoots is such a fun part of the process of working with our clients. Mood boards create an organizational template for us to use at the shoot, and help to set expectations for the clients as well.

Fun esthetician brand photos

Using some direct lighting, vibrant colors, and fun backdrops to show off Glowsthetic’s products, we got to work! She wanted to elevate her brand photos, as most of the photos she utilized to represent her business are candid snapshots during her client’s facial sessions. Below are some of our favorites from this fun Houston brand photo soot with Aunjalie!

We hope you’ve enjoyed this lively and fun brand shoot! To sum up, we had a great time and are so pleased with the images for Glowsthetics.


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