Our Top Three Hairstyles Meghan Markle has Rocked!

Meghan Markle has always been a style icon, for fashion as well as beauty, her famous role in the television show, Suits, had only reinforced our love for all things Meghan. With a natural beauty, makeup only accentuates her best facial features.

We, like most women, are enviable over long luscious healthy hair, we want to know how does it stay vibrant? what products do these celebrities use? We’ve taken a deep dive into the blogosphere to surface for you the tips and tricks Meghan’s hair stylist, Lydia Sellers, uses to achieve her famous locks.

The Classic Curl

This 36-year-olds signature look is a crowd favourite, this look can take you from day to night with the twirl of a straightener. Forget curlers, Sellers recently confessed to Allure Magazine that she uses a straightener to achieve glossy waves, and for added smoothness Seller uses the Kevin Murphy Smooth Again treatment.

The Sophisticated Updo

This textured bun is a trendy way to add a classic look to any outfit, which can be achieved using Markle’s beloved Oribe Volumizing Spray for a weightless and flexible hold. As a new member of the Royal Family, we expect to see more of this look in the future.

The Hollywood Wave

If looks could kill, Hollywood waves would be the culprit. Complete any evening event look with a classic Hollywood wave that is guaranteed to turn heads. To smooth down those flyaway hairs, Markle uses her Nutritive Serum Oleo-Relax for long-lasting frizz control.

Use any of the looks above as inspiration for your next LUXit booking – your hair stylist will create your vision.

 

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