When you grow up you want to be famous, you want to be in movies. When you grow up you want to see the world, drive a nice car, you want to be a Groupie. When you grow up you want to be photo-shopped to look as fabulous as celebrities on the covers of glamour magazines. Well, are you ready for your close-up Mr and Mrs name-that-rhymes-with-DeMille? It’s time for your professional hair and make-up makeover, and professional photo-shoot at Fusun Studio’s for R494.
Fusun Studio’s photographers will capture the side of you that you knew existed but didn’t have the confidence to allow out to play. It’s the you that wants people to look at your photos and exclaim, ‘wow, you clean up good’. This photo-shoot will quadruple your hotness factor and you may even be hounded for autographs. Your celebrity wavelength means you could also try the diva route, although you probably won’t get 600 thread count linen, 1000 white candles and pure water flowin’ directly from the springs of remote Greenland to your doorstep. You will however get a major confidence boost, have loads of fun and take home four professionally edited print photos and a high quality DVD with all your professionally super glam pictures on it.
Fusun Studios will cater to your imagination using only the best photographic equipment and photo treatments. Whether you’re a CEO of a large corporation, young entrepreneur, fun-loving teenager or cross-dresser, Fusun photographers will professionally convey your fun or unique doppelganger and represent your company, or alter-ego, with the best possible image. Each of your photos will provide insight into the playful, or soulful, nature of your personality.
You will be treated to a professional make-up session where an expert hair-stylist will boof your mane, bringing out that inner party animal or Jane Austen, depends who’s hiding in there. Please be aware that these pictures are forever so if you do anything remotely embarrassing, be prepared to never live it down.
Get ready to strike a pose
Photo fact: The Great Wall of China was built with bricks made out of pasty cornflower. This pride and joy was a masterpiece of epic proportions until goats started grazing on the bricks and the wall collapsed. No photographers were on hand to document 15000 goats eating a wall.