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Meghan Markle is getting ready for fall by ditching her signature royal hairstyle. Instead of wearing her go-to loose updo or glossy waves, Markle attended the Coach Core awards wearing her hair down and pin-straight. We haven't seen Markle's hair this sleek and styled casually down since late last year.
Along with her straighter hairstyle, the Duchess of Sussex wore an Oscar de la Renta navy top and Altuzarra flared pants with heels, according to Daily Mail's royal correspondent Rebecca English. Coach Core, if you're wondering, is an apprenticeship program that helps young people in need find employment through sport, according to its website. The Duke and Duchess met with some members of the program and were able to participate in a few athletic drills.
Though we don't know what products or tools Markle used to get this look, she did previously give interviews about a few of her go-to hair products and secrets. "There are two lines I use religiously: Kerastase (masquintense & the oleo relax line) and Wella, which has a hair oil that I am obsessed with. It smells like vacation and makes your hair slippery and touchable. I love this stuff!," Markle previously told Beautybanter. "It also doubles as a pretty amazing body oil post bath."
While her hairstyle was a fresh new update for fall, Markle kept her makeup to a minimum. She stuck to her go-to look of a little eyeliner and nude lipstick, with sheer and glowing skin. We look forward to seeing Markle's beauty look at her first solo royal engagement tomorrow at the Royal Academy, where she'll celebrate the opening of the new exhibit Oceania. "The Duchess will view exhibits from regions including New Zealand, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and Australia, which she and The Duke of Sussex will visit in October," the Palace tweeted.
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