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Resources for DIY Wedding Hairstyle Tutorials

While it may seem like all brides get their hair and makeup done professionally on the day of their wedding, there are many who do their hair and/or makeup themselves! If you are looking into doing your own hair on your wedding day (or even for some of the events leading up to it), here are our top five (plus one bonus!) resources that provide step-by-step tutorials for a number of different styles.

This article on shows three different hairstyles, one of which is this gorgeous loose curls look. All featured styles come with instructions and recommended products to help you achieve all three looks. also links another one of their articles that highlights 48 bridesmaid hairstyles that you can also draw inspiration from!

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Bridal Guide

Bridal Guide has 25 different DIY hairstyles, including this messy low bun with braids. Bridal Guide has linked the original source with a step-by-step tutorial for each style, but keep in mind you may have to search the original source to find the exact post with instructions! (Here is the exact post for this messy bun look.)

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Martha Stewart

This article on has seven different styles complete with guides to achieve each one. Styles range from a braided look, to a sleek bun, to this modern updo.

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Once Wed

If you search through's hair and makeup blog posts (or you can just click here!), you will be taken to an archive of all their hair and makeup related posts. One of our favorites is this rope braid updo. If you are also looking for some DIY makeup looks, you can find tutorials for those here too!

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Bridal Musings

While searching through, we found tons of DIY wedding hair tutorial posts. You can click here to access their archive of DIY hairstyle posts including a tutorial for this Breakfast At Tiffany's inspired look.

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Tulle & Chantillly

We had to add this bonus resource because Tulle & Chantilly has tons of tutorials with photos for each step in one single post! Want to learn how to recreate this beautiful braid? Click here!

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