Meghan Markle's hairdresser George Northwood has now made it even easier for you to recreate the Duchess' style with the launch of his Undone hair range.
George – who created Meghan's twisted bun on the evening of her wedding to Prince Harry – has released a 20-strong range of hair care products and tools that start at a purse-friendly £12.
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The formulations are all vegan and sulphate-free and all the packaging is recyclable – even the shampoo pumps!
"The range is called Undone, because this reflects my signature style, but I also wanted to 'undo' the maze of hair," George said.
"Over the years I have tried every hair product on the market. I was committed to ensuring that my range is formulated with the very best quality ingredients and I have worked hard to ensure my formulations are efficacious and able to challenge the very best products that are currently on the market."
Undone by George Northwood Undirty Shampoo, £12, Boots
Despite his huge star status, George has partnered with high street favourite Boots. He added: "I wanted to bring the Undone ethos to everyone across the UK and that's why we have partnered with Boots to launch – I always wanted the price point to be accessible: the range starts at £12.00."
George's range includes Undirty, a shampoo and conditioner for everyday use; Unparched is a nourishing shot for "thirsty hair"; Undamaged helps to repair damage to strands from colouring or excessive heat styling, and Unpolluted is a weekly detox that helps to gently strip out product build-up and protect against pollution.
Undone By George Northwood Moisturing Cream, £15, Boots
There is also a 'Wave Holding' spray, 'Volume Spray' and 'Moisturising Cream' and three hair tools including curling tongs, a hair dryer and a flat iron that can straighten or wave your hair – and they are all available to buy at Boots and GeorgeNorthwood.com.
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