How to recreate Meghan Markle’s best hairstyles at home


by Mother & Baby |

Meghan Markle has always been high in our style estimations, but since announcing her pregnancy, she is positively glowing.

We look back at the mum-to-be’s hottest hairstyles, with tips on how to recreate the Duchess’ look at home from the experts at Rush Hair.

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1) Meghan's loose waves

Curls and waves are a great style any time of the year and for any occasion. Whether you are going ‘out out’, heading somewhere casual or even just want to jazz up your look for spending time with friends.

To create Meghan’s waves, you’ll need large-barrelled heated wand or tongs. First, towel dry your wet hair and comb through. Then apply a styling spray – we recommend L’Oreal Professionnel’s Techni ART Pli Shaper Spray, which is heat-activated and locks in essential moisture. Once evenly applied, take small sections and blow-dry your hair to create volume and movement, lifting the hair at the root. When focusing on the top of your head, comb in a middle parting, and continue to blow-dry your hair.

Once finished, select small sections of the hair and wrap them vertically towards you, around the wand or tong and hold for 20 seconds. Repeat this until you have completed the process and using your fingers, tousle the waves and spray on L’Oreal Professionnel’s Beach Waves to hold the style in place.

If you have a special occasion coming up and would like assistance creating these styles, or just feel in need of pampering, head online at www.rush.co.uk to find your nearest Rush Hair salon where our experts will be happy to help.

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