Spring is officially here and a new season means a new style!

The skies may be sunnier but for now there is still a chill in the air. You may want to start to update your look for the new season but be reluctant to shed the warm layers of Winter just yet!

At Colour Me Beautiful, our philosophy is that small, simple changes can make the world of difference to how you look and feel, whether that's a change of footwear, a new colour to inject into your wardrobe, a fresh lipstick shade or even a new hair style! 

Read on for some top tips for giving your style a quick and easy update this Spring...

I'm so excited about this month's My Style, as I've had the opportunity to find out all about amazing photographer Becky Rui. I first met Becky in 2012, and since then have worked with her on my business photography, a family shoot and also the Handbags for Hospices auction event which I organised in September 2013. Becky doesn't just take photos - she is talented at finding out exactly what you want from your shoot, be it wedding, personal or professional photography. I can't wait to work with Becky again in April where we will be updating images that reflect some of the new and exciting areas I have been working on plus developments in 2015 and beyond.

Read more about what inspires Becky's style...

At Colour Me Beautiful we love to celebrate women and all we do, all we stand for and how fabulous we are!
Mother's Day is the perfect excuse to pamper yourself or those important women in your life whether that's with some gorgeous new make-up, a make-up lesson or even a joint colour or style consultation! 
Whether you're a Mum, Grandmother, sister, Aunt, best friend...we all deserve to look (and feel) our best at all times.

A little goes a long way
You don't have to spend hours in front of the mirror every day, but you deserve to look your best, after all, research has shown that women who wear make-up look younger, earn more and get promoted more quickly.
Here are some tips on how to achieve a polished look without looking overly made-up: