Meghan Markle hairstyle – a DIY step-by-step guide
One of the many things 2017 will be known for is the engagement of the gorgeous Meghan Markle to Prince Harry. Their fairytale love story, the Prince’s proposal, their announcement of their marriage, their first interview together, their photo ops—everything about this couple is dreamy and magical. Among the many things that have fascinated us about this soon-to-be duchess, is her hair. Already her simple yet elegant loose curly hairstyle is becoming popular with women from across the world. So we got hairstylist Asgar Saboo to give us a step-by-step guide to get the Meghan Markle hair. Here it is: 1) Shampoo, condition and comb Shampoo and conditioning correctly are key! Using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner will help fight frizz, define the curls and keep them looking fresh and shiny for a prolonged period of time. A little goes a long way, so only apply a dime-sized amount of product to avoid drying out the hair. Allow the conditioner to sit for a few minutes in order to help detangle any knots. After you rinse out your conditioner, try gently brushing through your hair with a wide-toothed comb to get all of the tangles out. Brushing the hair when dry, especially for those with naturally curly hair can cause more frizz. http://hugomccloud.com 2) Towel drying It’s important not to be too rough when drying your hair straight after washing it. Before you get out of the shower, ring all of the excess water from your hair and begin drying. Rubbing your hair excessively is going to cause damage, so instead put your hair up in a towel and simply leave it be for 10-15. Try to use a towel with gentler fabrics, or a cotton t-shirt. For tangles, first, apply a de-tangling or conditioning spray. 3) Styling With the hair still slightly damp and combed out in thicker strands, it’s now time to add some curling mousse. Add a generous amount of mousse, roughly the size of a golf ball, from the root to tip and scrunch with your fingers. Make sure to use a product with some hold to it to ensure your curls last longer. If you are going to use a gel, the trick is to rub it in your hands and then lightly scrunch it up into your hair Repeat this until you coat all of your hair with mousse, tip your hair upside down and blow-dry until nearly dry. Once the hair is scrunched and separated, avoid touching it and let it completely dry naturally. Once your hair is totally dry, it may need a little spray or pomade to finish off the look.