Princess Eugenie just stepped out of the car at Windsor Castle wearing a stunning Peter Pilotto gown and an emerald Grenville tiara. Her hairstyle was classic but perfect for the gown’s portrait neckline. Center-parted, the Princess of York’s hair was pulled back into a low, glossy chignon with two face-framing tendrils pulled out in the front.
For the record, both the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge also wore their hair styled up on their wedding days. Middleton’s was twisted into a half-up style, with the bottom curled in glossy waves. Markle wore her hair in a low chignon and also with face-framing tendrils. Markle’s tendrils got a lot of attention on social media, with some critics saying it looked like her hair was unraveling unintentionally, as she kept tucking them behind her ear.
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Eugenie recently retouched her red hair color ahead of the wedding, and it looked like the perfect warm auburn shade. She also decided to skip any veil at all—breaking royal tradition. The weather was unusually windy, so perhaps she had a veil and decided to forgo it due to the weather. Instead of a veil, she chose a showstopping tiara. The Grenville Tiara was previously owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II’s mom.
When Prince William and Kate were married back in 2011, Princess Eugenie’s hair was a far darker shade of brown, and styled in a coiled bun with side-swept bangs. She gradually lightened her hair since then, and now prefers a reddish hue that runs in her family.
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