Local make-up artist, Leanne Taylor, reveals how you can incorporate spring into your make-up.
"Create a solid base that looks dewy and fresh.
"Use a strong hue on your lips.
"If you opt for pale tones, you may look washed out in your photographs. To avoid this, choose bright colours for your eyelids.
"Another option is to keep your make-up subtle and chose an eye-catching varnish for your nails.
"Whatever look you go for, make sure you talk it through at your consultation. Sometimes a second trial is worth the money to ensure you're happy with your look."
To find out more about Leanne, visit www.puckerupwithleanne.com
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