Don't worry, I'm not about to start telling you how to do your make up! But there is one point I would like to emphasise: use more make up - particularly powder - than you would normally if you are going to be in a studio to avoid the strong lights making your skin shiny.
The other thing to avoid is using a foundation that is very different from your skin tone. Ok yes, that makes two points - but if you are going to be scantily clad, it is important that you don't have a visible transition between your face, neck and shoulders where the make up stops.
If you are going to be working with a professional photographer, you should establish whether he will be using a Make Up Artist as part of the package.
Think carefully about what 'look' you want for your shots, and choose lingerie to match: if you have in mind a low key, sultry look then black or dark colours are likely to work best, whereas for high key photographs choose white, cream or pastel colours. If you're not sure, then take different combinations and discuss it with the photographer. If you can, try to take a mix of bras and panties and negligee/basque too to keep your options open.
Shoes Shoes shoes!
If you're the type of girl that thinks shoes are lingerie, then good for you! But some ladies do overlook footwear and forget to bring along something appropriate. By appropriate I mean something that fits the 'mood' of your shot, goes with your choice of lingerie and has high heels; the high heels are extra important if you are going to be posing standing up because they elongate your legs, lift your bottom and generally make you look more fabulous!