Published On: Fri, Mar 4th, 2016

4 Instructions to get Kate Middleton’s hair style



Most of the women admire the perfect hairstyle gaze of Kate Middleton and do you know than Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has been getting her well-known “Chelsea Blow Dry” from hairdresser Richard Ward, from the time when she started dating Prince William in college.

Kate’s personal hairdresser explains us accurately how to get her signature blow dry by telling that “She’s the similar person that first came into the salon 10 years ago,”

Here is the step by step guidance by Ward which you can pursue easily at home or at a salon.

Whereas Kate has made the Chelsea Blow Dry (nicknamed by the UK press) eminent, the blowout was in fact a signature gaze at Ward’s salon from prior to Kate turned his customer. Ward tells that “It’s not only regarding Kate’s hair – it is beautifully finished, frizz-free, shiny hair,” adding that “It’s a hairstyle that is well finished.”

Step 1: Gently dry your roots at a low speed.

It is necessary to have 75% to 80% wet hair prior to blow drying and it illustrates that you require to dry 20% of the hair.

Try to apply a hair dryer by a nozzle, which focuses the heat and also takes the frizz away.

Ward says that “The mistake a lot of you make is that you shake the hair dryer at it too much and then it gets it frizzy,” rather than, softly dry your roots at a low speed, whereas lifting and heating the roots.

Step 2: Use a real bristle brush

Richard Ward applies his “shine-angel” brushes that are made by himself. “It’s very, very vital to use a real bristle brush.” He further states that “With his shine-angel brush, the bristles lie flat, as the hair is pulled through, it sits on this barrel at exactly the same time, at exactly the same level that forces the cuticles to close and that will give you the tension you need and the best opportunity to get that Chelsea Blow Dry.”

Step 3: Make sure to use rollers

When you apply the rollers then it is necessary to lift your hair up so you can create the roll as firm as probable. Ward adds that “If you feel you’re being too aggressive and pulling your hair too much, trust me you can’t be,” he continues by saying that “As I roll the hair up, I’m pulling it, pulling it,”

Try to roll each part of the hair individually.

When you are going to pull out the roller, ensure that you are not pulling it, or yank at it. Rather than, try to twist hair across your fingers when taking away rollers.

Step 4: Lightly squirt hair spray around the hairline

Later than spurting the hair spray, blow dry on a low speed.

Ensure that you are not overloading your hands with hair product. Just employ some to pat down every fly-away lock.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.