Pay R449 for a mini make-over and photo shoot at Glamour Photo Studio (save 70%)
- Save 70% on a mini make-over and photo shoot
- Pampered by a professional hairstylist and makeup artist
- Receive 15 photos on a CD
- Additional photos available at an extra cost on day
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Booking essential
Not everyone has a mirror that tells them they’re the fairest in the land. Instead, that job has been taken on by Glamour Photo Studio who will provide you with a mini make over and then capture you at your fairest in a photo shoot for R449.
Glamour Photo Studio has a professional team of hairstylists and make-up artists who will provide you with their undivided attention. If you like, you can pretend the compliments from the stylists are coming from the mirrors, telling you how beautiful you look with every curl and brush of your hair. No matter what style you’re after or make-up look you’re into, the team can do it all in preparation for your glamorous photo shoot.
Wear whatever you want for your professional photo shoot whether it be dressing up in different outfits to suit your mood or posing in your favourite tuxedo or prom dress. Live the life of a model from the moment you step into the studio and bring out the inner you. If the real you is a feisty lion tamer then bring along ‘Fluffy’ your toy tiger for the shoot or make use of one of the props in the studio. Don’t get your hopes up about rings of fire and whips being readily available though.
Pull out all the stops for your own magazine cover shoot and do whatever you like with the 15 photos provided in digital format on a CD. Additional photos can be bought on the day (for an additional cost) for those of you who would like to send signed copies to all your adoring fans or just have many frames to fill around the house – don’t forget about the one in the bathroom.
Glamorous fact: The first ever bookstore sold hand written books. The Book Nook had a scribe, named Bert, who would sit downstairs and write stories with pencil crayons. He was paid minimum wage until he threatened to write in invisible ink. He was fired soon after.