Like most females I LOVE LOVE LOVE lipgloss! I also am a sucker for packaging that is girly, pretty and pink so I already love and want all six of Lancôme’s 10th anniversay special limited edition lipglosses. They are designed by Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama and are due to go on sale exclusively at Debenhams on April 1st (£10).

The new collection includes Pop Art Hazelnut, Happy Honey, Rose Blossom, Dot Apricot, Crazy Raspberry and Swing Pink flavours, all decorated in Kusama’s iconic quirky style.  Each gloss is now 100 percent natural, made with shea butter and honey to hydrate, and coloured and fragranced using only natural components.

The glosses themselves have a much more subtle scent than the original Juicy Tubes because they’re naturally fragranced. These are gorgeous!

This was a recent makeup “Makover” photoshoot for Rhonda. The difference in the “Before” and “After” shots are amazing – Rhonda looks fantastic and we couldn’t decide if she had more of a Kate Moss look or Cameron Diaz!!

BEFORE

AFTER SHOTS!


A really different look to finish off!

If you would like to book a “Makover” photoshoot give me a ring, email or call in at The Linen Green and we can discuss looks, clothes etc.



I recently did a photoshoot with Jessica. Jessica  has such a great look and she kindly agreed to be my model for some make-up photos for my website.

Jessica is also  a keen sewer/seamstress and we couldn’t resist the opportunity to photograph this in some way just for fun.

This Sunday being Mother’s Day, and my first year as a professional make-up artist, I thought what a great present it would make to give your mum a gift voucher for a  make-up lesson. My make-up lessons are totally individual and last 90 mins with lots of advice on products, colours and tips of the trade.  As a special Mother’s Day offer they are available for only £50 and are valid for a full year. Give me a call on 07809 625054 or all in at 26 The Linen Green, Dungannon and I will ensure you have your Gift Voucher for your mum for Mother’s Day.

While I was training to become a make-up artist there was a lot of practice required over the months and my mum got many phonecalls from me wanting to come round and practice my latest skills.  She was always willing and very patient (as mum’s learn to be!)  and we  had lots of fun at the kitchen table with all my new bits and pieces of make-up spread out. So a very big thank you to my mum, not only for being such a willing model, but for always being giving, caring, funny and just fantastic. Love you lots mum. Happy Mother’s Day on Sunday xo

A great gift for all those females we know who are impossible to buy for! Give me a ring and I’ll get yours in the post. I’ve added some bling to them to make them extra girlie!