Yes, absolutely, feel free to do this. However, when getting made up be sure to consider the degree of makeup you normally wear and the type of makeup you normally wear. (For example, do not add a white primer underneath your base.) Some clients use very little makeup and prefer a more natural look. Others use a great deal of shading, masking, and heavy tools which do not always make for easy editing. For these individuals, it is best to consider that the camera captures every single pore, and it might be best to use only minimal makeup and bring additional makeup with you should you decide you’d like a bit more after viewing tethered images captured during the session. It is easier to put on makeup during retouching than to remove it. If you pencil in your eyebrows, consider using a soft angled brush and light powder instead of a heavy pencil. Make sure your base perfectly matches your skin color and that you use it anywhere skin is exposed (i.e., neck, chin). If you use lip liner, make sure the line is straight and smooth. Bring lip balm so your lips are not cracked and dry (especially in Winter). Also remember to bring remover. And think about your hairstyle. Is it free flowing or straight? Bring hair spray and a brush/comb for stray hairs. If you color your hair, consider whether roots are showing. If they bother you, consider touching them up before the photo shoot.