Few things in life sound more deliciously appealing than getting primped and preened for a professional photo shoot with “Real Housewives of D.C.’s” uber stylist Paul Wharton at the helm. As many readers know, Wharton has his own show on Sunday’s called Paul Wharton Style, in which he downs a lot of booze and gets his eyebrows plucked among other activities.
There are a few male journalists we’d love to see Wharton get his hands on: Roll Call’s John Stanton, Politico‘s Jonathan Martin, ABC7′s Stephen Tschida and TWT Columnist Joe Curl to name a few. Of course, Slate‘s Dave Weigel may have a ball with this. A beach blonde Weigel could be intriguing. But if Paul burns up his scalp, do not take him to Whitman-Walker Clinic.
What your $250 gets you:
Fashion Hair Styling.
Professional Make-up Application.
Wardrobe Styling Advice.
Easy to Download Digital Files.
2 Distinct Looks
Photo Retouching Available.
It’s all in the details: Get a two look photo shoot with hair, make-up and wardrobe styling all for $250. Presented by Paul Wharton and his team of experts! Photographer Drew Xeron When: Saturday June 9, 2012 Where: Studio 52 DC 52 O Street NW # 204 Washington, DC 20001 Time: Once you’ve made your reservation (click Paypal link), we will contact you to set up your call time.
Important note: Bring 2-3 wardrobe options and come with face clean and hair clean and ready to be styled.
Reasons to do it: Paul states in his enticing announcement, “As you’ve now heard, the Beautiful You! Photo Shoots by Paul Wharton and his team are the best way for you to get up the up to date, professional shots you need for your career or just for yourself. Take part in a fabulous day of being pampered as you become the star in front of the lights, camera and action.”
Sign me up! Write firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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