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Meghan Markle’s Hairstyles During Pregnant Period
Since Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018, there has been one question on the minds of loyal fans: When will she be pregnant? The answer to this question is that Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor (her son) was born on 6 May 2019. There are many concerns about her hair during the pregnant period.
As many know, Markle’s natural hair is dense and curly due to her parents’ Black, Dutch and Irish background. To keep her hair straight, the 37-year-old woman has been getting Brazilian blowouts for almost a decade. Markle said in a 2011 interview that her mom is black and her dad is Dutch and Irish, so the texture of her hair is densely curly and she has been getting Brazilian blowouts for a couple of years.
According to Myka Meier, who teaches the Duchess Effect, a series of etiquette courses at London’s Plaza Hotel, Markle’s return to curly hair is a telltale sign that she’s pregnant. Because of the chemicals involved in Brazilian blowouts, the treatment isn’t recommended for women who are pregnant. That’s why when Khloé Kardashian was pregnant with her daughter last year, she wasn’t able to get her regular Brazilian blowouts, resulting in her natural, much curlier hair. Once, she said on Instagram that she can’t do that during the pregnant time, so her curl is slowly coming back.
Markle always wears her hair more in a bun to possibly hide the change in hair textures.
Though there isn’t conclusive evidence that keratin treatments can cause birth defects, many doctors advise against it, as pregnant women can inhale the fumes and absorb the chemicals through their scalp. The Schwarzkopf ambassador, who has tended to the tresses of Emma Louise Connolly, Poppy Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse, told that Meghan will notice that her “hair will feel thicker during pregnancy,” and it’s “not because you’re growing more but you have more estrogen in your systems so the growing phase is longer, and you shed less.” With this in mind, Jack tells that Meghan will love this period because “this is fabulous while you’re pregnant,” but it’s not necessarily long-lasting. “Post breastfeeding a lot of women lose the hair again – this is perfectly normal but because you’re not used to it shedding there’s a tendency to worry about hair loss.”
Markle is known for her messy buns because her signature hairstyle might have a more significant reason behind it. She has used a variety of simple hairdos to solve this problem for a long time.
Straight hair, natural-looking make-up and a baseball cap for a Kari Feinstein event in Los Angeles.
Tonged waves with a sleek center parting for the Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Awards Dinner in Beverly Hills.
Markle showed off an auburn hair hue and spiral curls for a USA Upfront event in New York.
For the GQ Men of The Year party at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, Markle wore her hair in long, loose curls.
In Beverly Hills for a Golden Globes after-party, she wore her hair in a swept-back chignon.
A poker-straight style with a sleek center parting for the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto.
The Duchess of Sussex wore her hair in an elegant low chignon styled by Serge Normant and topped with a diamond tiara and veil in her wedding.
A neat, center-parted chignon for the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception in London.
For the Well Child Awards in London, she wore her hair in a chic bun with loose tendrils around her face.
Loose, sleek hair topped with a hat for the first day of the royal tour of Fiji.
A slick bun for the Fashion Awards in London, at which she presented an award to Clare Waight Keller.
2019: Weather-Proof Waves
Is there anything more “royal” than surviving a blizzard with nary a hair out of place? On February 1, Markle paid a visit to the Bristol Old Vic. Even with snow falling, her sophisticated waves (not to mention her eye makeup) looked pristine. We give her credit for choosing to wear her hair down after seeing the weather report, but more importantly, we’re dying to get our hands on her hair spray.
2019: Business in the Front
Markle chose an easy-to-wear ponytail for a visit to the Royal Equestrian Club in Rabat, Morocco on February 25. The slicked-back style staves off any frizz, while her wavy ponytail keeps the overall look fresh and accessible; it’s the posh equivalent of “business in the front, party in the back.”
A neat ponytail to visit the Andalusian Gardens in Rabat, Morocco.
To cover Meghan’s hair weakness, she often styles some simple and perfect hairstyles like these that we showed. How about you? Do you have thin hair or any hair issues? Contact us and choose hairstyles that can bring gorgeous hair. Visit MACSARA and be confident when owning a high-quality hair extension.