We are LOVING Kate Middleton at the moment! With a chic new stylist behind her, she is making all the right moves in the fashion and beauty front.
The 33-year-old stepped out with her husband, Prince William at the ICAP 23rd annual Charity Day in London yesterday.
While the event is for raising money for those less fortunate, we couldn't help but notice Kate's fab new hair do'.
The Duchess has gone for the chop and cut off a bit of length from her shiny brunette hair, and we have to say, thumbs up all around.
And her new do' isn't the only thing that stood out to us either. The mum-of-two also decided to recycle an old teal shift dress. She teamed it with a matching belt and peplum jacket, as well as a black clutch and black pump shoes.
She last wore this outfit back in 2012, so major brownie points for making it look like it just came off the royal catwalk.
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In an interview with People, the singer confessed that the 32-year-old is "refreshing to be around and really lighthearted." It also doesn't help that he's easy on the eyes.
Everything seems to be on track for the 33-year-old, and we think this hair make-over could encourage a few other celebs to do the same. After all, Britney's tresses have been the beginning of counrless trends in the Nineties and early 2000s.
Here's some of our fave…
When the star released her video for Hit Me Baby One MoreTimethe pigtail-plaits hairstyle swept the globe.
This fringe and long layers look definitely took over from The Rachel in hairdressers worldwide in '99.
We're fairly sure that Britney was responsible for the choppy layered look epidemic of '01
There's no doubt that upon seeing this ridiculously long, straight and high pony tail was the moment girls took the iron to their hair in a bid to achieve the same result.
And it's also possible that Britney was the inspiration for Irish dancing wigs.
Alanis Morissette is as well known for her trademark long, dark hair as she is for her music – but that didn’t stop her from chopping it all off and dying it blonde!
The singer posted a photo to her Instagram account which showed her hew new shoulder length blonde hair, a very different look from what we’re used to.
Her caption on the photo said that her new look was part of her “work addiction recovery”:
“New hair. girl needed to have a little fun 😉 ps– blondes are, in fact, treated differently. this is one of the many effects of work addiction recovery 🙂 #spontaneity #easybreezy #makeupforlosttime #healing (sic)”
We’re not sure what she meant exactly by this work addiction, though in a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, she talked about how she had suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, due to fame. When Oprah asked what she meant, Alanis replied: “Traumatised because I think that on some level, becoming famous and wanting fame, there's some trauma.”
Despite the singer’s explanation, we’re still kind of confused… but we do love the hair! Her head must feel so light after chopping off all those inches. We hope she has lots of fun as a blonde, too!
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