A Caution about Clearasil
We want you to know that we will retouch blemishes on headshots. We also want to caution that if you use Clearasil, or other products, that don't exactly match your skin color that it will show in photos and be hard to correct.
Our recommendation would be that you don't put on clearasil before your appointment. We can correct most blemishes, but to fix different colors of skin is most time consuming and costly, and may never be quite right.
If you do wear clearasil, we recommend that you cover the Clearasil with foundation makeup, so that your face is all one color and blend it under the chin and jawline to reduce the appearance of color changes.