1. Consult with your agent: They will have a specific way they want to market you. If you have no agent then think about how to sell your look.
2. Outfits: Plan your outfits. Make sure you iron or steam your clothes. H&M, American Apparel, Target, The Gap or Zara are great places to find headshot clothing. Their styles are basic and modern.
3. Things to Bring:
4. Parking Money: Have $5-$10 dollars for parking. There are meters that take a credit card on Main St. but just in case bring a little cash for parking.
5. Nutrition: Make sure you’ve had a nice meal. You need to be focused. It’s all about giving energy to the camera. You better have something in your stomach.6. Practice Expressions: Your face has muscle memory. So the more you stretch your muscles during the shoot the better variety of shots you will have to choose from. Practice expressions in the mirror prior to the shoot. SURPRISED ,HAPPY, SAD, WORRIED, SEDUCTIVE, LOST, CONFUSED, EXCITED, TEMPTED, DEVIOUS, NERVOUS, SCARED
Something vibrant that makes you have a commercial feel. You want to wear colors that you look best in.
I suggest a medium intensity color.