Scotland's largest makeup academy are celebrating after scooping two prestigious awards.
GlamCandy took home awards for Innovation and Best Education and Training at the Edinburgh Business Awards.
The firm run schools for women of all ages and abilities in Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow, Dunfermline, Aberdeen, Brighton, London and Liverpool, making them the biggest make up academy in the UK.
Now they have been recognised for their innovative techniques and the quality of their courses with the double award win.
Judges at the awards took into account public votes, mystery shopper tests and site visits before handing GlamCandy the trophies.
The firm provide courses aimed at individuals as well as would-be and aspiring professional make up artists - as well as supplying a wide range of make cosmetics.
The GlamCandy team were accompanied at the ceremony by Illamasqua founder Julian Kynaston celebrating the two firms' recent partnership that has seen GlamCandy switch to using only products not tested on animals.
Hayley Harvey Smith, who founded the firm five years ago, said the wins highlighted the high standards she and her team strive to attain.
She said: "We always work to make our courses the very best they can possibly be.
"That involves looking at new techniques, new methods of delivery and new products - highlighted by our partnership with Illamasqua.
"I'm incredibly proud of my team and all they have achieved.
"We are always striving to give the very best to our clients and these awards are a recognition of that."
GlamCandy will now go forward to the national final of Scotland's Business Awards later this month.