Prediction on Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Hairstyle

Posted by Jackie Lilith on Wed, Apr 13th, 2011
The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is on the horizon! There's been lots of talk about fairy-tale gowns, jewelries, shoes, and of course, the princess bride's wedding hairstyles.

What hairdo will Kate be wearing on her big day? Women around the world are all wondering, so am I. I just can't wait till the wedding so I take a stab at predicting! After examining years of red carpet events, I pick four looks I'd like to see Kate wearing. Read on, tell if you agree with me and vote for your favorite.

Sleek High Chignon

Big, high and super sleek, this chignon Heidi Klum wore to the 2008 Academy Awards looks so elegant and divine that it is the first idea I come up for Kate Middleton's royal wedding. It will showcase Kate's gorgeous features while allowing royal jewelries like necklace and earrings to shine.

We can get this look easily. Pull all your hair into a high ponytail leaving a 2-inch section, roll the ponytail into the shape of a bun, wrap the 2-inch section around the base of the bun and secure with bobby pins. Smooth any even/loose hairs with a comb and hairspray.

Polished Updo with Side Swept Bangs

Other than sleek and tight updos mentioned above, I also prefer Kate wearing loose, wavy low side bun as Taylor Swift rocked during 2009 CMT Music Awards, which is soft, sweet, and a bit retro. It will show off Middleton's long neck and would work very well if she wears a strapless wedding gown.

Here's how to create this low side bun. Use a curling iron to create soft waves, make a side part and pull all of the hair over to one side (left or right) into a behind-the-ear side ponytail. Start twisting the tail clockwise and allow the hair to softly fold over the base.

Half-up, Half-down Hairstyle

Dianna Agron illustrated while attending the 2011 Golden Global Awards. For many important events like a wedding, It's a good compromise for an elegant updo.

To style this 'do, use a medium-to-large curling iron to create bouncy curls. Gently brush through it to loosen the curls, then create a deep side part, tease the layers above your ears and secure with pins or accessories. Let the curls fall in front of the shoulders for a soft, delicate look.



 

 

Or if you have gone in a different direction, just weigh in with your comments and ideas below!

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Jackie Lilith
Jackie Lilith Jackie Lilith is a hair fiend, obsessed with all things about hair dressing – cutting, styling, coloring, etc. She likes reading fashion and gossip magazines (chasing hottest hair trends!) and is a frequent visitor to salons, fashion & hairstyle blogs and websites. Being keen to share, she becomes a contributor of prohaircut.com since 2010, sharing latest trends and easy, practicable tips on haircutting and styling.

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