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    Welcome to Coco Boudoir! I am a Winnipeg boudoir photographer and have a team of amazing women ready to make you look & feel beautiful! My style is soft, vintage, romantic and classy and is for every woman of every shape, size, age and ethnicity. Please check back frequently as the blog is always being updated with our latest work & new info, or follow Coco on Facebook or Instagram.

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
    Let us show you how beautiful you are right now.

{grace hill salon} – winnipeg boudoir photographers

Coco hairstylist, Somboun is partnering up with Amy McLachlan to open their own salon!
Don’t worry, she’s staying with Coco, she’ll just have a fabulous place for you to get your hair done for all your occasions, not just boudoir. You can be sure that collaborations with this high end salon are well underway. Make sure you stay up to date on what’s happening with their new business.
Start following them:

facebook at  Grace Hill Salon

instagram @grace_hill_salon


Miss J – Winnipeg boudoir photographers

We love when clients come in to do a shoot for themselves, just like Miss J. It’s an empowering experience to get in front of our cameras and get over the vulnerability of being photographed in barely anything at all. If J was nervous, it definitely didn’t show. As you can see from these photos, she simply exuded confidence.

Miss R | Signature Session – {Winnipeg Boudoir Photographers}

R is one of the sweetest clients we’ve had. She was always smiling, if not with her mouth, it still came thru in her eyes. We always give our clients tips/lessons before we begin photographing. One thing we go thru is “smizing” or smiling with your eyes. R needed no direction with that, it simply came naturally to her. It may be cliche to say, but it truly was a pleasure to work with you R.

{Book in time for Christmas!} – Winnipeg Boudoir Photographers

It may seem early to think about Christmas, but reality is it’s just around the corner.

If you are thinking about giving a luxurious album of yourself or another amazing Coco product, you should act now.

Ideally you should be booking your session 6 weeks prior to when you are needing your final product in hand. Coco Boudoir will be closed from Dec 19 – Jan 4. So this means Nov 7 will be our last day you can book sessions with the guarantee of having it in time for Christmas.

Contact us at to book your session

Winnipeg Boudoir photographers


       makeover monday                         


 Once you have chosen your perfect-for-you lashes, there are a few things to be sure you have close by.   Your sanitary comfortable station, washed hands, a tilting magnifying mirror, tissue, lash glue (DUO is a fav by most), “q-tip” cut in half (using non cotton side, cosmetic scissors, lash curler, mascara and a dark eye liner.

 1.     Having your tools and supplies ready for you on your station makes for a quicker and less frustrating application.  On your tissue, have a squirt of glue, and your two sides of your q- tip ready to go. At this time you can remove the lashes.  If possible bend the case at the lash, if this may make it easier to remove them.  Measure the false lash to your natural lash line. You may need to trim depending on your eye shape and size. Trim starting from the inner corner, just a few lash knots at a time.

 2.     Coat your natural lash with mascara, some like to add a bit of eye liner for a guide line for the base of the lash, doing so can shadow the base of the false lash line if application is less than perfect.

 3.     Holding the false lash in your finger tips over your station with one had, with the other, apply a few layers of the glue and a tad more on each corner using your one halved q-tip.

 4.     Let the glue on the lash dry a bit, 20 seconds or so, to the rookies, dry less, as the glue will have more slip for you to move the lash into place.


Your eyes slightly open, go in at a 45 degree angle, touch the false lash to the middle lash line, then using your non glued side of your halved q-tip, press the inner corner down, following to outer corner. Take this few seconds before glue dries to move false lash into place if needed.

 5.     Pinch your natural lash into the false lash to get the adhesive to bind.  After a few moments, use your non-sticky one-sided halved q-tip to UN stick you in the corner of your eyes if needed.

 6.     Once dried, and UN sticky, conceal any bit of visible glue and the false lash base with a dark eyeliner.  At this time curling your lashes with an eyelash curler binds the natural lash and false lash for a more natural look, and feels lighter on the eyes.  For more drama add a few coats of mascara J

 You may find that other tools may come in handy for you.  Do what works for you! And practice makes perfect!  Have fun with it

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