Here’s how to recreate Meghan Markle’s wedding hair

We've got a full step-by-step guide!

The blushing bride
The blushing bride

Millions of people all over the world tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot over the weekend.

The American actress oozed elegance and glamour as she walked down aisle in St. George’s Chapel on Saturday morning, during the wedding of the year.

The brunette beauty kept her whole look simple and clean on the big day, allowing her natural beauty shine through.

She opted for minimal make-up – which has been highly praised worldwide – and for the hair, Meghan went for a soft upstyle, with some loose strands tumbling around the nape of her neck and around her face.

With so many people swooning over the look, we caught up with GHD global ambassador Adam Reed to find out how to recreate it ourselves!

Step One
Start by creating a centre parting in the hair using the end of the ghd tail comb. Make sure the parting is strong and is pulled back to the crown of the head.

Step Two
Blow dry out the hair for a glossy base which will hold and reflect shine throughout the day.

Step Three
Next, add loose waves throughout the hair using the ghd curve soft curl tong. Loosely wrap the hair around the tong to ensure the curls aren’t too tight or precise.

Step Four
Next pull the hair back into a low ponytail, at the nape of the head. Secure and ensure the ponytail is tight and finish with a spritz of final fix hairspray.

Step Five
Next twist sections of the hair around the ponytail to create the low bun. Loosely wrap these sections around the ponytail to create the voluminous undone bun.

Step Six
Finish by creating loose waves around the face to frame and complete the look using the ghd curve soft curl tong. Direct each curl in a different direction for a looser and softer finish and finish with a spritz of final fix hairspray for hold and shine.


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