Thursday, June 26, 2014

Kate Middleton ‘How-To’ Of Her Famous Half Up Hairstyle




Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, a.k.a, Kate Middleton, is arguably one of the most influential trendsetters on the planet. From her effortlessly perfect attire to her signature hairstyle, Kate’s look is both coveted and copied by women across the globe. With the help of Natalia Simmons from Latest-Hairstyles, you can recreate Kate’s famous hairstyle with ease.

“It's very easy, practical and should take less than 10 minutes to complete,” explains Natalia Simmons. “The great thing about it is that it can work on many hair types, lengths, and styles. You can keep it straight, or try it with curly hair. However you do it, I hope you give this Kate Middleton hair tutorial a try. Enjoy having princess hair for a day!”




  1. It’s best to start with mostly straight smooth hair, but a bit of curl at the bottom. This seems to be a favorite look of Kate’s.
  2. Then tease your hair at the crown and back a bit, but not all the way to the nape of the neck, just at the top. Create a mini bouffant, like a mini “Snooki poof”, but just at the crown of your head, leaving out the front. Secure with two bobby pins going straight across.
  3. Start on one side, it doesn’t matter which, and take the front section of hair that you had left out. Pull it back and across, twisting at the end. Secure on the far side of the half up.
  4. Repeat step 3 but with the remaining side securing on the opposite side as well.
  5. Going back to the side you started with, take a section of hair from under the first section and pull over and across, lightly twisting as you go. Secure with a bobby pin on the far side, so the hair is brought all the way over.
  6. Repeat step 5 with the other side.
  7. Voila! You’re done! You can fluff a little, smooth it out or add some hairpins to make sure there are no bald spots showing, but other than that, you’re done!
Check out more “how-tos” from Natalia Simmons at Ma NouvelleMode and more creative hairstyles at Latest-Hairstyles.



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