She stepped out in north London today looking chic in a Barbour jacket and her favourite brown boots.
Kate is visiting the Robin Hood Primary School, Kingston to celebrate ten years of the Royal Horticultural Society Campaign for School Gardening.
As always, her brunette locks looked shiny and held a soft curl.
Katie Allan, Creative Manager at Charles Worthington Salons, has created a five point plan so anyone can recreate this look at home.
Apply a handful of mousse to towel dried hair, section the hair and blow dry with a large barrel brush. Dry the hair so it’s full at the roots all the way to down to the ends.
Once the hair is dry, use a volumising hairspray and the re blow-dry at the roots to give it extra height.
Section the hair and use a large barrel curling tong to loosely curl each section. Once curled, pin that section of hair to the head and leave it to cool, this will set the curl for longer lasting results.
Unpin the hair once it’s cooled down, when all the hair is down gently run your fingers through the hair to break the curls creating a more natural looking wave.
Finish with a generous amount of hair spray!
Kate attended the school in London on a solo engagement without her husband Prince William.
Her husband is in Finland to celebrate the scientific, educational and cultural links between the United Kingdom and Finland.
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