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Hair & Make-up for the Costume Store's new website


It was great to work with stylist Kate Vaughn and Photographic Studio Imago Photography on this photoshoot providing updated photos for the costume store to use on their website.



I was required to apply a very natural make-up with period hair so that the final look could go with all costume changes.





The model adapted extremely well and thoroughly enjoyed playing 'dress up' for the day.





The costume store is based just outside of Lewes and it is a place where you can visit to buy costumes to be used in TV, Film and Theatre productions.


For more photos of this photo shoot please visit the website - https://thecostumestore.co.uk

Hair and make-up by Amy Prifti - http://www.amyprifti.co.uk
Styling by Kate Vaughn

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