I am a London based hair and make-up artist working in TV, film, corporate, advertising and theatre as well as bridal, special occasion, tutorials and events.  I specialise in creating naturally beautiful make-up and hair whether i’m creating a beauty or period look or a character or SFX look.


Doing checks on the set of FetishI have had some amazing experiences so far.  I have worked as a hair and make-up artist on varied projects including the feature films Run For Your Wife and The Purge of Kingdoms. Both amazing opportunities that have helped me develop and grow as an artist.  Some other exciting projects include being the hair and makeup designer for Eugene McGings horror film The Unfolding.

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People I’ve had the pleasure working with – Ciaràn Hinds * Stephen Dillane * Mark Padmore * Joseph Marcell * Sheila Reid * Danny Dyer * Neil Morrissey * Kellie Shirley * Lionel Blair * Richard Bryers * Brian Murphy * Robert Daws * Kitty McGeever * Jessica Robinson * Tom Walker * Gethin Jones * Keith Chegwin *

Helping getting the beautiful Anita ready for her wedding day

I have also helped many stunning clients get ready for their special day.  Whether it be a bride getting ready for her big day or a group of hens heading out for a 1920’s event, I love the process of working with you to create the look of your hopes and dreams.  Some people think make-up is a mask to hide behind but I think it can be used to enhance your natural beauty and bring out an inner confidence you never knew you had.

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I trained at Oscar winning make-up designer Christine Blundell’s Make-up Academy in all aspects of hair and make-up by working industry professionals where I fell even more in love with make-up and what it can do.  From working in film to helping a beautiful bride get ready, I still get a buzz out of doing what I love.

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I love to transform people so whether it be helping to create a character for an actor, making a bride to be feel beautiful or helping a model look the best they can,  I feel a make-up artists work should inspire and enthuse everyone.  Above all, make-up should be fun for everyone involved and that is why I love it.

                                                                                                                               Leanne White