Abigail Blake

Pro MMB Artist

Lymington, Hampshire

Abigail Blake
I’m a freelance hairstylist based in New Forest, Hampshire. I offer a friendly, relaxed bespoke service and I will come out to your chosen location for yourself and bridal party on your special day creating the perfect styles and achieving your dream looks. I enjoy every
moment from meeting you at the trials to those very last moments when everything comes together just before you say “I do”.

My Portfolio

Curly big bun - Make Me Bridal Artist: Abigail Blake. Photography by: Abby. Photo by Abby

Curly big bun

Mother of bride hairstyle

Low updo hairstyle for very fine hair

Low updo style

Loose messy bun with Dutch braid

Half up half down hairstyle with Dutch braid

Waves with boho braid

High bun with texture

Low, tousled bun

Half up style with curls

Low updo

Textured updo

Half up Half down hairstyle

Bouncy blow dry


How long does a trial take?

Trials are a 2 hour slot

Do I need to bring anything for the trial?

Any inspiration pictures, any accessories you like for your hair. Your veil if you have one.

Where/when do the trials take place?

I have a studio near my home in the New Forest which I work in along side a make up artist.

What deposit do you require?

I require a non refundable booking fee of £20-£30. This will secure your date and will be deducted off your final balance which will be due 7-14 days prior to the wedding.

How long do you need on the wedding day?

This all depends on the number in your bridal party.


Services Trial Price Wedding Price
Bridal Hair 50 86
Bridesmaids Hair 35 50
'Mothers of' Hair 25 35

Contact Artist

We will store your enquiry for 1 year and a minimum of 3 months after your wedding date, if provided. This is so that the artist can always refer to it if needed. After this time your enquiry will be automatically deleted.

Important Info

Years in the Industry

  • 13

Services Offered

  • Hair

Locations covered

  • Dorset
  • Hampshire
  • Isle of Wight
  • Wiltshire



Travel Expenses

50p after the first 10 miles