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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147278a) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147278b) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282a) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282b) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282c) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282d) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282e) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282f) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282g) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bournemouth News / Rex Features (2147282h) Artistic Baby Bump Trend Hits Britain A new trend already popular in America has seen British mums-to-be having their baby bumps artistically painted. Face painter Leila Searle, from Upton in Poole, Dorset, has recently expanded her business to include body art after receiving numerous requests to paint pregnant bellies. She has found the service is particularly popular at baby showers - another tradition from the U.S. that is becoming more common in Britain. Leila explains: "I opened my beauty business a few years ago and then took a face painting course. Last August I had a phone call from a customer asking me if I would paint their baby bump. "I love face painting and was up for it, and so I went along to her baby shower and began decorating her bump and it kicked off from there. Unlike children, adults sit still while I'm painting, and I can be more creative which is great". The beauty therapists uses theatrical make-up, glitter, and diamantes to create the images, with designs including flowers, butterflies, a realistic-looking globe, and potential baby names. Leila creates each image by building up layers of individual colour and waiting for them to dry before adding extra details and blending the shades. Each picture is created with non-toxic paint that is completely safe for pregnant women to use and lasts all day before it can be removed with baby wipes or soapy water. Leila said: "Once it's dry it shouldn't smudge, but the idea is to take photos to have as keepsakes and memories that will last". The art sessions GBP 35 pounds for an hour, GBP 20 pounds per additional hour or GBP 65 pounds including a photoshoot. MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Bournemouth News / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CRSBMTZDK
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