Though the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are themselves relatively tight-lipped about their personal lives, the secret to gettingKate Middleton’s gorgeous, lustrous locks isn’t anymore.
Thanks to asince-deleted Instagram post this week from Kate’s personal hair stylist, we now know just how many products it takes to get those royal-ready locks, and it’s a lot. Thirteen brushes, six combs, three curling irons and two blow dryers, to be exact. That’s in addition to an array of styling products and finishing serums.
Among them are some surprisingly affordable drugstore brands likeL’Oréal’s $11 extra strong hairspray. The product most likely responsible for taming Kate’s nonexistent flyaways isKiehl’s $16 Creme With Silk Groom.
Though it sounds like an unusually large number of hair tool and products for one person, it’s not that unusual for a traveling stylist to overpack with multiple options. The news of Kate’s haircare routine comes just as it’s revealed that she donated 7 inches of her well-maintained locks to charity this week.
For those interested in getting Kate’s trademark waves for themselves, here are a few of the products revealed in her hair stylist’s photo:
L'Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hairspray ($10)
Kiehl's Creme With Silk Groom for adding lustrous shine and smooth texture
Large round brushes to create long curls and loose waves while blow drying ($17)
Living Proof's Full Dry Volume Blast ($29)
Paddle brushes for maintaining smooth, sleek, long locks ($7)
A Diva Professional Styling Intelligent Digital Argan Tong ($57)
Small round brushes for framing the face with loose waves while blow drying ($14)
A tapered curling wand to create different sized curls and waves ($48)
Charles Worthington's Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray ($10)
Boots Essential Unperfumed Hairspray ($3)
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