Pistyll Rhaeadr, often referred to as one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, is one of the most go-to places to visit in Powys.

It's a site which many have visited, painted and photographed. And now, it's unexpectedly been created in face paint, by Glow Up star Steph Harrison.

Known just as Steph by fans of the show, or The Craft by her Instagram followers, she was one of the contestants on the first series of the BBC's Glow Up.

The BBC Three programme, which aired on BBC One and online, is presented by Stacey Dooley, and saw ten aspiring make-up artists compete to be named Britain's next make-up star.

Steph is known for creating mythical, fantasy-style creations, and colourful, bold looks. And that's exactly the kind of make-up she aimed to create when she visited Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant. However, she ended up drawing inspiration from the beautiful landscapes around, and spent five whole hours painting Pistyll Rhaeadr on her face.

"This was so tricky!

"But we got there, like, five hours later," she said.

"I packed so much stuff to do wildly elaborate fantasy stuff. But when I got here, I couldn't help but want to paint the nature. So you've got all the magical feelings in these paints!

"My time here has been incredible. I've truly loved it."