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The anticipation is finally over and the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was spectacular. We expected the fairytale wedding and we got it with crowds cheering, carriages and flags waving. Meghan had the most stunning off the shoulder Givenchy gown and amazingly long veil. She didn’t go too elaborate with her hair an makeup opting, instead, for classic princess elegance and something to compliment her tiara. Meghan has always been a trend-setting and loves the elegant stylish look so it is no surprise that her wedding day look was such a hit. You may not be able to copy the crowds cheering or the horse-drawn carriage but her beauty style is easy to emulate. Keep reading this tutorial to achieve Meghan’s wedding hairstyle yourself.
This look is perfect for second-day hair. You will be doing some teasing so you don’t want your hair to be so clean you need to add the serum or have too much natural oil build up. Underneath her fairytale vale, Meghan had an exquisite look that would not have looked anywhere near as glamorous with thin hair. If you want the lovely thick hair to divide your hair into rows and tease your roots a little before putting in your hair extensions if you don’t have them in already. If your hair looks a little messy at this point, don’t worry, that is totally normal.
Separate a section from behind your earlobes to the nape of your neck and secure it into a low ponytail. Gather the rest of your hair from the back and top of your crown smooth it over before twisting it in the middle and pushing it upwards to create a bit if height t your crown. Pinch the twist and pin it so it looks decorative as well as necessary.
Place a doughnut around your low ponytail and in it so it is secure below the twirl. Any hair left over from the bottom of the twirl should be bunched up and cover the top part of the doughnut. Gently tease the hair from your ponytail and fan it out so that it covers the remainder of the doughnut. Don’t make this too tight, you want it to look loose and elegant and almost like a spiral.
Last but not least, it is time to work on the sides. At this point, the only parts of hair left should be above your ears around to the front face-framing row at your hairline. Separate the hair that is above your ears and your temple, dividing it into two. Curl these sections away from your face with the wide side of your barrel. Tease the roots a little for texture and twist and pin your curls right next to your twirl so it looks lovely and full, incorporating the ends of your curls into the bun. Finally, repeat with the sections along your hairline draping the curls over your twirl and pin in place. Make sure you add some hairspray before you go out.