LeeAnne comes from a small village in Argyll called Cairndow, where her family own the Cairndow Stagecoach Inn, one of the oldest coaching Inns in Scotland, LeeAnne travels and works throughout the country, covering a number of wedding venues & onset locations.
LeeAnne has worked in many areas in the industry, including theatre, T.V/Film, fashion shows, weddings and alongside fashion brands on photo shoots.
Since studying theatrical, Fashion and special effects makeup and gaining an HND in makeup artistry, LeeAnne has worked in many areas in the industry, including theatre, T.V/Film, fashion shows, weddings and alongside fashion brands on photo shoots.
LeeAnne has earned herself a professional reputation, due to working hard, taking pride in her work and paying attention to every last detail to produce flawless work time and time again.
Claire Bannigan, Facebook
Couldn't be happier with my trial bridal make-up done by LeeAnne today, I'm absolutely over the moon! LeeAnne is so so talented, takes so much care and pride in her work and pays incredible attention to every last detail to give amazing results. I didn't want to take my make up off! Wow! Can't wait for the real thing now on my wedding day, along with my 4 bridesmaids. Truly fabulous :D
Fraser Whyte, Facebook
Fantastic Professional effort and attitude always applied.
Carole Fraser, Facebook
Leeanne was fantastic doing myself and bridesmaids make up on my wedding day! Soo professional and we were all happy with everything, a massive thank you to her x
Nicc McKeeman, Facebook
Absolutely thrilled by my vintage inspired make-up done by LeeAnne yesterday. Beautiful work and couldn't have been done by a nicer person! Thanks so much! x
Lucy Maxwell, Facebook
Couldn't be happier with the make up LeeAnne did for me. Had an idea of what I wanted and she made it even better! Great profession attitude, can't wait to have my make up done again!
Lipstick will last longer if you fill in your lips with the liner first. If you're using light lipstick, try a nude liner. Then slick your lipstick on top!
Most of us tend to just sweep a layer of concealer to the entire under eye area, but to really conceal bags, it’s best to highlight the crease and then apply a darker shade to the actual puffy area.
Use a baby toothbrush to exfoliate your lips. To really get the job done, you can make a homemade lip exfoliate with sugar and coconut oil, or easier but not as effective, cover your lips in lip balm or petroleum jelly before scrubbing.
Instead of lining your water line with dark eyeliner, use a white pencil to create the illusion of a bigger eye!
2014 Assistant makeup artist BBC production of "WHATS FUNNY ABOUT THE INDYREF"
2013 Head makeup artist on the short film "BROKEN"
2013 Makeup artist on the feature film "GOOD INTENTIONS"
2013 Head makeup artist Denny Civic Theatre's production of "SLEEPING BEAUTY"
Beneath the makeup and behind the smile I am just a girl who wishes for the world.Marilyn Monroe