connectVideoGet the Look: Meghan Markle signature of the messy bun
A Malibu-based celebrity stylist details how to get the look fit for a princess.
Real-life royal Meghan Markle has the messy bun hairstyle is officially fit for a princess, with the go-to ‘do time and time again since marrying into the British monarchy last spring.
Even though some fashion insiders describe Markle as a royal style rebel, the former actress once known long before she became the Duchess of Sussex – that they enjoy the approaching of style and beauty, with an effortless ethos.
The former actress has with the go-to ‘do time and time again since marrying into the British monarchy last spring.
“When I was getting ready to go out, it is a half an hour and we are out the door. I don’t want to waste time ready: I want to go and have fun,” the California native told Esquire in 2013.
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To that end, L’oréal Paris Celebrity hair stylist Jonathan Colombini told Fox News Lifestyle how to make Markle signature of the messy bun from the comfort of your own royal residence.
On the basis of Cie-Salon in Malibu, and the celeb stylist of the customer base includes Kendall and Kendall Jenner, Olivia Culpo, Cindy Crawford, Kristin Chenoweth, Iggy Azalea, Ariel Winter, Laura Prepon, and Camila Alves.
“When I was getting ready to go out, it is a half an hour and we are out the door. I don’t want to waste time ready: I want to go and have fun,” the California native said.
“This is always one of my favorite hairstyles. In the 18 years I do her, this look remains timeless. I have already repeated many times over the years,” Colombini presented. “It’s a great go-to for the red carpet or a casual dinner with friends.”
Surprisingly, he claims that just washed hair is the ideal canvas for the style.
As inspired by Markle, the bun can be felled as a high, middle, low, or slightly sideways-style — the royal rocked them all.
“To achieve this look, it is always best on day old hair. If the hair is clean, prep the hair with a great texture or dry shampoo to create grit,” Colombini detailed, suggest to prep with R Mohla & Co’s Outer Space Flexible Hairspray.
“It is common to be effortless, yet chic. When I create this look, I wish that the back turned part pretty structured and on the front a little more alive.”
“To start, section off about an inch from your hairline from the centre to just above the ear. Then loosely pull back the hair (with the exception of the hairline) and twist the ends into a French twist or chignon,” he said.
As inspired by Markle, the bun can be felled as a high, middle, low, or slightly sideways style in the vicinity of the nape of the neck – the royal rocked them all.
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After cutting the twist in place – such as with Conair classic bobby pin – Colombini advised to move to work on the rest of the hair.
“With the hairline that was on the left, you can curl with a one-inch barrel iron like the T3 Body Waver. A center or side part would work,” the hair pro continued. “Let the pieces of your hairline by itself, or you can tuck behind the ear.”
“To finish, give a good spray of L’oréal Paris Strong Hold Hairspray for extra security,” Colombini closed.
Voila! A chic, sleek look that even the Queen would certainly be an advocate of.
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