The Royal family has a long line of personal stylists. Daniel Gavin, whose father was a personal Barber of Princess Diana, is now engaged in the hair of Kate Middleton. And, it is worth noting, does it very well, because many admire the luxurious mane of the Duchess. Reports Clutch.
The spouse of Prince William cannot be accused of lack of taste, she always looks perfect. All of her images are the combination of classic style and incredible femininity. Her makeup and styling always want to repeat.
Rule # 1
Daniel Gavin Junior says that Kate always before an important event washing his hair detox shampoo and once a week use the scrub for the scalp.
We all know that even clean hair can be tarnished, because covered with a film, and cleanser will make them alive, silky, shiny and malleable to any style. Just need to remember that scrub can only be used once a week, otherwise the effect can be reversed.
Rule # 2
The second rule, which Daniel applies to hair care Duchess is combing. You should always start from the ends, only then turning to the roots. Otherwise you can severely damage the hair.
Rule # 3
The third rule relates to hair care. It is important to only use a warm towel after exiting the shower. Before applying the mask with massage movements warm up the towel, then useful and active ingredients penetrate hair deeper and faster.
The Duchess always use leave-in mask is a reliable shield for her hair. In addition, when Daniel dries hair Kate, he always uses the mode of cold air in the hair dryer and never brings it too close.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.