Well hey, friends! No fashion posts AT ALL this week. I shared my coffee creamer recipe on Monday and stay tuned for Friday for an exciting post! Today, I’m sharing a really cool company with y’all that I figured would be helpful for those that have their own business or are starting business’. Anyone else feel like your FB feeds are filled with so many ‘new business’ announcements!?
How To Make Photos Look Professional With Catalog:
Mine definitely is and when I heard of this company I had to share with y’all because it could easily benefit your company in the best way. SO, the details. As a blogger, I am constantly curating content and needing photos. Even working in the Public Relations world, I run quite a few social accounts and the stock photos get boring. I came across Catalog which is basically your professional photo needs dream. What they do is they take your photos for you professionally, turn them around to you, and you can pick and choose which one’s you want to purchase. Not many know how to make photos look professional, I know I personally have a hard time sometimes, and this is a really cool business that makes that easier for you.
I jumped on this idea because it can save me so much time personally and they basically take that task from my list and style it beautifully and do all the work for me. How nice right!? If you’re a business owner, have a product, or are a content creator, Catalog is making our life MUCH easier. The photos in this blog post were the photos they snapped for me about some of my recent hair products I’ve been using for shiny, healthy hair. They gave me multiple options and catered it to my personal style and feed which is something I really appreciated.
Speaking of these products, let’s talk about them! Here are some recent favorites, I’ve talked about a few in my last hair blog post, but I’ve been washing with the Aveda Shampure line which really detoxes and clarifies my scalp and then I go in with a shower treatment to lock in moisture afterwards. After that, I spray my hair down with a heat protectant, then add a dime size amount of this styling cream to give my hair a salon-type blowout. After blow drying, I spray it lightly with a finishing spray that helps defeat frizz as well.
Thank you so much to Catalog for creating these photos for me, I love them! Be sure to check them out if y’all are in need of someone to lift the “content creation” task off your list too. Their website is really cool and explains the whole process. Thanks for reading!
This post was in collaboration with Catalog. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make AMS possible.