When Meghan Markle imparted her empowering message based on feminism at the recent virtual conference, she flaunted an admirable hairstyle. Moreover, during Meghan’s short stay within the royal brood, the signature messy bun kept her unparalleled from the other members of the family.
Etching a different benchmark
While she often tried her hair as well as makeup, hairdresser George Northwood came to serve her during the royal days. Recently, he spoke to the Telegraph projecting his thoughts on the Suits actress’ new do, who remarked, “She’s making a statement with hair that long – it represents strength and a sense that she’s really got everything sorted. This straighter, longer hairstyle marks a new chapter in her life without such strict protocols.”
To ease the standard
Although many people believe that Meghan used extensions, George revealed that it’s all her real hair. Recalling the time he spent with Meghan, George voiced their opinion about a possible structuring of royal life that needed to be put forward with some sort of relaxation.
There, he reported, “We decided to create a more undone look to balance out the formal dress code, often including soft tendrils that ultimately became her signature messy bun. Whereas now, she can take a more relaxed approach to how she dresses, therefore this sleeker blow-dried hairstyle works beautifully – it’s casual but still polished and appropriate for her new life.”
Pillars of the nation
If we look back at Meghan’s pre-recorded speech dedicated towards the youth at Girl Up 2020 Leadership Summit, she explained, “I want to share something with you. It’s that those in the halls and corridors and places of power, from lawmakers and world leaders to executives, all of those people, they depend on you more than you will ever depend on them. And here’s the thing: they know this. They know that all of you, at a younger age than any modern comparison, are setting the tone for equitable humanity. Not figuratively, literally.”