Prince Harry's new fiancée Meghan Markle's beautiful hair is widely coveted by beauty fanatics everywhere. Her long, rich brunette locks are always styled impeccably, and her blow-dried mane is imitated by stylists all over the globe. For the couple's iconic official engagement photos which were released 21 November, the 36-year-old actress's sumptuous, chocolate-coloured locks were expertly coiffed in a voluminous yet sleek style – and we have found out exactly how Meghan achieves this look, with the help of a high-street branded hair oil which costs a mere £5!
The stunning engagement shots showcased Meghan's stunning mane of hair
Speaking with Beauty Banter the former Suits actress revealed her love for WELLA Professionals Oil Reflections Luminous Smoothing Oil, and exclaimed: "It smells like vacation and makes your hair slippery and touchable."
Meghan uses affordable WELLA hair oil, which is just £5
The product is essentially a smoothing oil, which contains natural ingredients, including Camellia Oil and White Tea Extract. The formula is super luxurious and hydrates every strand, while giving a mirror-like shine from root to the tip. It's a great finishing product which is useful to apply after your hair is freshly styled.
The bride-to-be of Prince Harry teams her budget oil with a contrasting luxurious hairspray by Oribe. She explained her ritual for giving her locks a quick burst of volume whist filming hit show Suits: "When my hair is feeling a little weighted, Suzanne, my hair artist on set, has me bend forward, and she sprays a little Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, or nothing at all, and has me flip back hard to give my hair a little extra bounce" she told Birchbox.
Meghan also uses this spray by Oribe
The spray is a certainly a decadent treat, and it costs £41. Although especially great for creating impressive volume, it is actually seen primarily a dry shampoo which absorbs oil, and leaves you with salon-fresh hair for days after.
If the hair products give us glossy, princess hair, we will be straight in the que!