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2024 Wedding Hair Trends

4 Bridal hair styles you will be seeing everywhere this year

The Blow Out Effect

The in-famous blow out from the 90's seen on Supermodels Cindy Crawford, Kathy Ireland & Beverly Johnson is back and Brides are loving it!!

Keeping it soft and fluffy with big bouncy curls giving volume where it's wanted and needed.

Consider having layers cut in to aid in the bounciness of your curls, the lightness assists with the added volume at the root really amplifying this effortlessly glamorous style.

Those of you with thicker or longer lengths will notice less natural volume at the root due to the weight of the hair, to fake it, flip your parting for a little helping hand and then really focus on the fullness and body of the curls.

Alternatively style using a hot roller set and leave to cool before raking through with your fingers or a wide toothed comb. Finishing with some shine spray and voila!

The French Twist - Make it Modern

Another popular style from the 90's is the high messy bun / french twist worn by Pamela Anderson and recently revisited by Kim-K.

Think volume and unstructured, heavily face framed for that effortlessly cool, lived-in vibe!

This modern up-do is elegantly romantic in nature and one that works especially well with high necked outfits or dresses that are heavily detailed or embellished.

The positioning of this style then creates a gorgeous bridal silhoutte that maintains a classic feel whilst being completely on it's own terms in a modern world.

Smooth & Sleek Styles

Not so much a style but a poise or flair to the finish of your chosen style! Think Nicole Richie, Hailey Bieber

Check out some of my designs below which all consist of the much sought after smoothness and glossy sleek finish of 2024.

This can be applied to any chosen style wether your going for completely down for a simplistic blowdry, a low neat and tidy bun right through to a ponytail. Typically without face framing for those going for the ultra sleek look however still keeping it modern and on trend with face framing for those who prefer a softer finish.

Hollywood Waves

As a Hollywood Wave Specialist, I'm estatic that this adored style is here to stay! The timeless nature of it's origniality of 1950's Hollywood with the cascading waves falling down the back and the dominant wave framing the wearers face has seen a modern manouever with a central parting.

The divide between the classic side part and the modern central has seen a welcomed softer wave introduced making it a firm favourtie for the foresable


Sally-Kate of Hair by Duboux is a wedding and occasion hair stylist based in England who works her magic in creating one-of-kind styles that empower the women who wear them.

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