Hi, I’m Hanna - happy, easy going, honest and hard working. I love fashion, interiors, art and the theatre ...and coffee. I really like coffee!
Knowing what an enormous impact a well executed makeover plays in ‘pulling together’ a bride’s complete wedding day look I wanted to use my media skills and experience and share them with ‘real women’ in my local area.
Having worked with TV presenters, actors and models I completely understand the need for a bride to be professionally made up, she will be photographed more on this day than any other in her life, so her make up must ‘read’ well both on film and to the naked eye, in addition to lasting the day through.
However, its not all about the end product, brides need the reassurance of feeling at ease on the morning and knowing they are in expert hands. I work confidently and efficiently to ensure everyone’s looks come together in a relaxed, enjoyable way and on time!
Clients often remark how calm I am!
I’ll never tire of hearing all the details, plus I get to soak up that happy ‘pre-wedding’ buzz every time I do my job, so what’s not to love?!
Please get in touch if you think my style aligns with you and your wedding or event vision.
I’d love to hear from you……
My passion for hair began as a salon stylist, I had five fun years in the salon before qualifying as a wig maker and following my love of musical theatre into West End theatres. I trained under some of the industry’s best make up artists and began what has been the most fascinating journey as a media hair and make up artist during which time I’ve worked with actors, celebrities and models on all sorts of wonderful commissions including editorial, advertising, music, theatre, film & television. From London fashion week to lovely film locations it’s certainly been a colourful career!
These days you often find me in the bridal room of beautiful wedding venues or freelancing with the Eastenders’ cast on Albert Square!
I was inspired to add bridal beauty to my repertoire when my children came along, since the long hours spent filming were far from family friendly! I soon discovered how enormously satisfying it is to work with ‘real women’ and grew my bridal business knowing I could make a difference in how they felt about themselves. Now my girls are older, its a different juggle – I’m often back on set for photoshoots and TV which keeps me relevant and connected with a lovely network of like-minded colleagues. Whenever I can I like to carve out a little time for my latest passion project – abstract painting. And somewhere in between all of this you’ll find me drinking coffee or walking Tallulah our pug in the lovely Surrey countryside.