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Port Lympne

Port Lympne

Styled Shoot at Port Lympne Bear Lodge. Front Cover and featured in Your Kent Wedding Magazine.

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Nettlestead Place

Nettlestead Place

Neon Styled Shoot at Nettlestead Place, Kent. By My Wedding Professionals. Front Cover and featured in Your Kent Wedding Magazine.

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Hever Castle

Hever Castle

Japenese Styled Shoot in Blossom at Hever Castle Kent. With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in A Kentish Ceremony Magazine.

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Goodnestone House

Goodnestone House

Jane Austen’s Goodnestone Park, With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in Kent Bride Magazine.

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The Old Kent Barn

The Old Kent Barn

Styled Shoot at The Old Kent Barn, Kent, With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in Kent Bride Magazine.

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Old Royal Naval College

Old Royal Naval College

Styled Shoot at Old Royal Naval College, London with Chic Weddings Front Cover and featured in Your London Wedding Magazine.

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Hotel du Vin

Hotel du Vin

Styled Shoot at Hotel Du Vin Tunbridge Wells, Kent, With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in Your Kent Wedding Magazine.

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Hayne House

Hayne House

Spring at Hayne House Orangery Kent. With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in Your Kent Wedding Magazine.

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Lympne Castle

Lympne Castle

Bush and Gold Styled Shoot at Lympne Castle Kent. With My Wedding Professionals. As featured in A Kentish Ceremony Magazine.

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You want to pick something on trend whether you’re getting married, acting as a bridesmaid or simply the guest of honour at a wedding this year.

Deciding on a hairstyle can often be just as hard as picking your wedding dress or outfit, you want it on trend but also want to make sure the look is timeless so that looking back on wedding photographs in the distant future does not make you cringe!

Braids, relaxed, soft and informal are the key words this summer to achieving the right look. To help achieve this then preparing the hair correctly will give you a head start. I’d recommend using a sea salt spray into wet hair to dehydrate it and encourage texture within the hair.

Then once dried curl your hair using a wand or your straighteners, you can pull the curls out until you are happy with how they sit by running your fingers through or using a brush if you’d like more waves. To give your hair some extra texture use a mattifying root powder or by either teasing or hair.

At this stage you could either leave your hair romantically free flowing for a soft down look or you could add a braid of your choice at the sides before pulling it back creating a boho half up – half down style.

To take the boho look to an up-do simply twist and pin using kirby grips and hairspray medium size sections of the remaining hair to below the braid at the back. Allowing strands to loosely hang and frame the face, this will give the look and a pretty effortless vibe.