If you normally wear glasses and want keep them on for your headshot, please make sure that the glass is “anti-reflective” or “anti-glare” While it is possible to get good shots when you DON’T have anti-glare glasses, it can really limit the poses and lighting options (due to the laws of physics and how light works). Anti-glare glasses give us a LOT more options when it comes to posing and angles. Another option that I learned from fellow headshot photographer Joe Loper is to bring frames that don’t have glass in them. I’ve had people buy a pair of inexpensive sunglasses that they like, and just remove the glass. You can also cozy up to your optometrist and ask if you can borrow a set of frames for the shoot.