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Pin it like Pippa

Everyone’s talking about this weekend’s Royal Wedding – but, while we are massive fans of Harry and Meghan, we’re afraid the deluge of press releases on all things regal has put us off the nuptials for the time being.

However, we know many brides-to-be will be watching with interest for tips on wedding hair and make-up, even if they can’t afford the couture or horse and carriage.

For starters, let’s do a throwback Thursday to Pippa Middleton’s wedding and a step-by-step guide to getting pin-perfect hair.

Mathew Soobroy, Principal Stylist at Charles Worthington Salons, has created a full step by step guide on how to achieve this ultimate bridal look. Click the image to read the step-by-step. Enjoy!

Pippa Middleton Wedding Hair-1

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Charles Worthington is regarded as an international hair authority. With a successful TV career and the author of four books he is one of today’s most influential and respected hairdressers.

More than 30 years ago Charles opened his first salon in Charlotte Place, with his partner Allan Peters, sister Jane and one other stylist. Over the years Charles Worthington Salons have grown in size and reputation to become one of the most prestigious and renowned hairdressing names in the UK, whilst still remaining a family business. Originally trained as an architect, Charles has won the industry’s most prestigious accolades, developed an award-winning portfolio of products sold worldwide, styled A-list celebrities for red-carpet events and collaborated with some of the best names in the fashion and beauty industry.

Price list:

Ladies Cut & Finish £125

Blow Dry £55

Foil High/Lowlights Full Head £190

Colour Gloss £70

Men’s Wash Cut & Finish £74

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