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VickybeckhamTop celebrity stylist Anita Cox has five top styles for all hair types to ensure your hair looks great for your wedding. She tells us what the celebs do best, tips to get the best from curly locks, how to go big without being scary plus how to go rock and roll with her modern take on the quiff.

The Jessica Simpson – "Soft waves and some random smooth bits might sound a bit off but think Jessica Simpson stunner. The hair is pinned up with a subtle side sweeping fringe. This would work well with a strapless dress."

[Pic – Victoria Beckham’s super short wedding ‘do]

CarrieThe Victoria Beckham – "Go rocker with a quiff! A soft quiff with a tassled messy bun at about crown level positioned loosely with a few temporary long hair pieces to sit over the shoulder area can look traditionally pretty still carry on element of individual style. Victoria Beckham is a fan of this look and it suits both an on or off the shoulder dress."

The Sarah Jessica Parker – (left) "For naturally curly or wavy hair a great simple look is to have your hair scrunch dried and scraped away from your face and shoulders to create a messy but really cute gathering of curls at the back of your head a la Sarah Jessica Parker!"

The Jordan – "If you want big hair think Jordan!! No, don’t be scared, big hair can be good and it certainly makes a statement! The hair is set in big rollers with plenty of back combing at the roots to add volume. To keep the volume, tong some random hair sections to create extra hold. The great thing about the big look is that it works with every style of dress!"

The Joss Stone – "The Joss Stone look is a great one for your wedding day – subtle and sexy but low key, this works with all types of dress. This look is created by blow drying the hair smooth but adding a soft loose curl through the ends with some heated rollers, paper and hairspray!"

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