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Get Meghan Markle's engagement locks with easy at-home tips

Style your hair like Prince Harry's new fiancée

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Laura Sutcliffe
Laura SutcliffeFashion and Beauty News Editor
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There is no denying that Prince Harry's new fiancée Meghan Markle has one of the sleekest hairstyles around! Her chestnut locks are always preened to perfection, and her blow-dry is widely copied by stylists everywhere. At the couple's official engagement photo call, the 36-year-old actress was positively glowing and beaming with happiness as she posed with her husband-to-be. Her trademark, rich brunette locks were curled in a voluminous style - and we have some top tips to help you recreate her look at home.

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Prince Harry's new fiancée Meghan Markle has incredible hair 

It is important to use a nourishing conditioner to help control frizz when washing your hair, and to smooth down any split ends before using heated tools. Meghan's hair is the envy of many due to its shine, so always use a great conditioner, but add some serum for that essential gleam, and even a splash of shine spray once you have finished your blow-dry, keeping away from the root to avoid greasiness.

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Meghan Markle's chestnut locks were preened to perfection at the photocall

Once washed, make sure your hair is 65 per cent dry before you begin, as soaking wet hair will frazzle quickly. It's important to blot your hair with a soft towel, and imperative that you don’t rub it dry if you want the former Suits star's coiffed locks. Use your hands to comb through your hair as you blow-dry, to give your hair some vital oomph. Large waves like Meghan's that are natural yet glossy, are best achieved with a larger brush - the bigger your tool is, the smoother your hair will turn out.

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You can create Meghan's blow-dry at home

Try and use a hairdryer with a nozzle, as it will give a smooth look and will prevent the hair from getting too close to the heat. Sectioning your hair will also make it easier to style, and make sure you dry the top layers, before shaping the ends to create that Princess-ready finish.

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