This styling by Duchess Kate looks like a facelift...
Bella Hadid has long known about the fierce effect of hair pulled back and has made the snatched bun/ponytail her trademark. Duchess Kate is now following her – in her own way. Because if you want to look younger and fresher in no time and without surgical intervention, you should definitely take a closer look at Duchess Kate's new trend hairstyle.
The 40-year-old appeared at two events recently with a new look. The Duchess of Cambridge usually likes to wear her hair in soft waves or up, but Prince William's wife appeared at The Queen Elizabeth Award For British Design and the premiere of Top Gun: Maverick with a different style: the facelift -Hairstyle.
Duchess Kate's facelift hairstyle looks effortless yet impactful. The hair is loose and sleek, with the front strands combed sleek and tight behind the ear. The Duchess' former hairstylist says: "This was a fresh and modern look that made her appear radiant and youthful." The hair pulled tightly behind the ear emphasizes the contours of the face and particularly the cheekbones of the Duchess of Cambridge, for an effect similar to that of a facelift.
Former hairstylist Richard Ward tells the Daily Mail that the facelift is his new favorite hairstyle on Duchess Catherine. Pulling the Duchess' hair back like this opened up her face and impressively showcased her beautiful features. Her jewelry shone and so did her eyes. She's very beautiful anyway, but this styling took her good looks to a whole other level of glamor.”
Richard Ward, Duchess Kate's former hairstylist, reveals the seemingly effortless look takes time. He would schedule 1.5 hours for the hair styling. Because the important thing about the facelift hairstyle is that the strands are completely frizz-free. That's why shine and extremely smooth, well-groomed hair are a must for the sleek look.
The facelift hairstyle starts with hair care. You should definitely make regular hair treatments that donate moisture and shine. For colored hair, a gloss like Shyne is recommended. Care products that prevent frizz are also recommended - such as John Frieda's "Frizz Ease" series. After washing your hair (and treatment!), you can use a heat protectant that also tames frizz and adds shine.
Blow-dry your hair straight with a brush and then tame it with a straightening iron. Baby hair that sticks out from the crown can be smoothed down with a toothbrush and hairspray. Finally, comb two medium-wide strands very close to the front of your head behind your ears and pin them in place with bobby pins. Voilà: The facelift hairstyle that makes you look at least 5 years younger is ready.