Terribly Girly Offers Halloween-Themed Pin-up Photo Shoot

Most of us have been called a witch, a pussy, or El Diablo at least once in our lives. And don't deny it either, because if you're reading this blog, you've probably been called all three of these things and worse. Just embrace it. Even sex it up a bit with Terribly Girly Photography Studio. Through October 17th, they're celebrating everyone's inner demons with Halloween pin-up specials. (See our behind the scenes post in which Terribly Girly transformed a Hialeah hottie into a boudoir bombshell.)

Now you can purchase fancy, retro, dolled-up professional photographs of yourself dressed up as a sexy witch (you in a bustier holding a broom), a kitty-cat (you in a bustier with cat ears), or the devil (you in a bustier with a Dick Cheney mask on) for prices so reasonable that you'll be able buy that extra bag of Reese's Peanut Butter cups you've always dreamed of hoarding for yourself.

Terribly Girly, who won Best Place to Get a Makeover

in our recent Best of Miami issue, provides each of their clients with a

gaggle of cool-ass gals skilled in the fine craft of beautification.

This includes a makeup artiste, a hair sculptress, a super-duper

wardrobe stylist, and photographer Janette Valentine who will snap

pictures of you that are so hot that they should only be handled with a

pair of oven mitts. Or your man's filthy mitts. Or Mitt Romney's mitts,

if you've got a thing for religious Republican presidential candidates.

We don't judge.

Here are the Halloween shoot details:$300 if you bring your own costume and props. Please note that this price includes a solid color background...no substitutions.

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