Kate Middleton's 'fuller fringe' shows she's a powerful woman

Kate Middleton's 'fuller fringe' shows she's a powerful woman

Kate Middleton has added voluminous 70s bangs to her hair to  and ‘draw attention to her cheekbones’ and show she’s a ‘powerful woman’, stylists reveal

  • British hair experts have weighed in on how you can achieve the bouncy fringe 
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The Princess of Wales has long been known for her bouncy brunette hairdo, but on her visit to Cardiff today her locks were looking particularly full – thanks to the addition of a new bouffant fringe. 

As Kate stepped out to meet with members from the Windrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum for Wales in Cardiff, she sported the 70s-style bangs and tousled curls in a lighter ‘bronde’ shade’.

And according to experts, the new ‘fuller lifted fringe’, which creates ‘lots of volume’ and to ‘draws attention to her cheekbones’ is a beauty power play from Kate. 

Earlier this year, the royal was sporting a sleeker look with her hair a slightly darker brunette, tucked behind her hears and only curled at the ends.   

Kate Middleton’s ‘fuller lifted fringe’ has added ‘lots of volume’ to her hair as she visited the Grange Pavilion to celebrate the beginning of Black History Month today (pictured), an expert claims 

However, as the Princess of Wales, 41, enters her second year in her role as future Queen following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, award-winning personal stylist Lisa Talbot said that the voluminous fringe is reminiscent of the original Charlie’s Angels, demonstrating Kate is a ‘powerful woman in full control of her look.’

She told FEMAIL: ‘Kate’s fringe adds volume to her look as it appears to have been styled with a full round brush to take the hair from the roots. 

‘The volume around the face creates height and width which in turns gives her whole look more depth.’ 

Celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton also revealed how to achieve the ‘fuller’ and ‘super polished’ look.

He said: ‘The fuller lifted fringe area gives lots of volume, with a centre parting and hair flicking away from her face which draws attention to her cheekbones. 

Award-winning personal stylist Lisa Talbot said Princess Kate’s fringe gestures that she is keen to relate to the general public by embracing this season’s style

Celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton said a round brush will achieve the bouncy fringe and ‘super polished’ look

‘Achieve the volume by using a big round brush when blow-drying, directing the nozzle at the root of the hair to for lots of volume and lift.

He added: ‘As always Kate’s look is super polished and super glamourous.’ 

During the event, the Prince and Princess of Wales took each other on in a game of table tennis this afternoon as they met with Windrush elders in Cardiff, before doling out the hugs to members of the public who came to see them.

Dressed in a £549 navy pinstripe jacket from Holland Cooper and matching wide-leg navy trousers, Kate, 41, teamed up with a young woman at the Grange Pavilion as the pair took on the Prince of Wales (who had also found a dedicated teammate).

Earlier this  year, the Princess of Wales was opting for a sleeker look and a darker brunette colour on public outings, with a side parting (pictured at the Gentlemen’s Singles Final of Wimbledon 2023)

The famously competitive couple beamed as they took each other on in a doubles match during their engagement, which saw them meet with migrants from the Windrush Generation who settled in Wales, on the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush to the UK.

The couple appeared very hands on with both school children and elders they met – even embracing one in a hug.

Alongside her chic, tailored suit, which is the same outfit she wore to welcome Apple CEO Tim Cook to Windsor Castle last week, the Princess opted for a white body underneath the outfit. 

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