The Hair Texture Spray That Meghan Markle Swore By On Suits

While Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship with the royal family has been on somewhat of a roller coaster lately, something that has always remained consistent with the Duchess of Sussex is her gorgeous hair. Whether it's styled in a messy bun or long waves, Meghan always looks amazing. You can really see the consistency scrolling through her hair evolution in Marie Claire, and it's as if she's never had a bad hair day in her life. 

One way Meghan's been able to keep her hair looking great throughout the years is that she opts for a more traditional hairstyle. She's even known for her low messy bun that she famously wore on her wedding day to Prince Harry (via Town & Country). The look has always been representative of Meghan's easygoing personality as opposed to the more traditional royal family 'dos of blowouts and perfectly pinned back updos. She even swears by products that you can easily use at home to achieve the same hairstyles. 

A good texturing spray could give your hair the Meghan Markle volume it needs

If you've got a major event planned where you want to look your best, you could always prep with some helpful hair tips from Meghan Markle's stylist (via Vogue). That includes things like air drying your hair whenever possible and getting a trim often to keep it "well groomed, and at its finest." Though, if you're looking for specific hair products, Meghan loves Oribe's Dry Texturizing Spray (via Who What Wear). 

Back when the former actress was appearing in "Suits," she told Birchbox that whenever she felt her hair was feeling a little lackluster on set, her stylist would spray some Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray in it. To give it the bounce you may remember from her character, Rachel Zane, she would "bend forward" as her stylist sprayed the texturing spray on. As she flipped her hair back "hard," it would give her hair that extra bit of volume needed. 

You could also combine that with some Kevin Murphy Smooth Again cream to reduce the amount of frizz and give your hair the same shine Meghan is known for (via Hello! Magazine). Meghan also admits that she sometimes would spray some "hairspray on a small boar bristle toothbrush" and use that "to lightly brush [flyaways] down" (via Marie Claire). She even admits this is what she does when wearing her hair in her iconic bun.