Meghan Markle just debuted her second hairstyle for the royal wedding. Markle and her new husband Prince Harry were spotted hopping into a 1960s vintage Jaguar before driving over to Frogmore House for the second wedding reception. Markle changed into a sleek, all-white halter dress by British designer Stella Mccartney. But it was her change of hairstyle that really made the look come together.
Harry and his new wife Meghan have left Windsor Castle in an open-top classic sports car for their evening wedding reception at Frogmore House on the Windsor estate. #Royalweddinghttps://t.co/GAseHO3pHCpic.twitter.com/xdq3kMdc2Y- BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 19, 2018
Gone was Markle's coiled bun and tucked face-framing layers from the ceremony. Instead, she pulled her hair into a slightly higher and tighter chignon and let her signature tendrils hang loose around her face. The new style perfectly complemented the high neckline of the Stella McCartney dress.
The Internet was not thrilled with Markle's hair for the ceremony this morning. Though it looked chic and neat when she got out of the car, several pieces around her face fell loose during the ceremony. People took to Twitter to complain that the loose and stray hairs around her face were distracting.
Markle tapped celebrity hairstylist Serge Normant to do her hair for the ceremony, and we can assume he was the man behind the second style as well. Markle stepped into the Jaguar looking as confident as ever wearing her new, more casual hairstyle-probably because it's a look she's worn time and time again. It doesn't seem like we'll see Markle let her hair down at all tonight, but you never know. She could unpin it before the night is over, revealing her other beauty staple: rumpled California-girl waves.
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