And what’s even cooler is, it’s so easy to copy…
Here’s the how-to-do’s…
1. Hairstylist Renato Campora prepped Kate’s hair with promade to make her locks “slick and easy to braid,” then divided it into three parts: the crown and two side sections stretching from her temple to the nape of her neck.
2. “I brushed the left and right sections down, keeping the hair slick and clean,” he says. “Then I joined them together with a small rubber band to create a baby ponytail.” Braid this section and secure with a teeny tiny elastic.
3. Next, he divided the top section of Kates’s locks into three parts, braiding each one to the end and securing with another elastic. “I blended the braids into the ponytail I created from the side sections to achieve a seamless look. Then, using bobby pins, I wrapped the braids against her head in an upward fashion to keep the hair in place,” he says.
4. Tuck the ends in and set with a heavy dose of hairspray.
How easy is that? And perfect for the weekend!