The Duchess of Cambridge revealed a blonde hairstyle yesterday while visiting a baby bench in Sheffield.
38-year-old Kate Middleton beamed and laughed as she presented a lighter look while visiting Baby Basics UK to kick off a new initiative she had launched that brought 19 major UK retailers and brands to more than 10,000 new items to be donated to 40+ babies banks across the UK.
And after her appearance, celebrity stylist James Johnson revealed how Kate went for a more “summery” and “youthful” look that was “on trend” in the warmer months.
Talking about her transition from her spring look, James suggested, “I think she looks more youthful, with lighter hair, healthier and more radiant. It's the perfect look for the summer season. & # 39;
Kate Middleton, 38, made her debut with a "youthful" and "on-trend" new hairstyle yesterday while visiting Baby Basics UK in Sheffield, according to a prominent hairdresser
James Johnson told FEMAIL that the "fresh" ashy color was a trendy look for the Duchess of Cambridge
Speaking of Kate's hair transformation, stylist James Johnson told Femail, “Lighter hair is more trendy because it's more summery and fresher.
"Obviously, Lockdown was a great time to reinvent ourselves because we've been inside for so long."
He continued, "She's enjoying the summer season and showing it off in her hair with increasingly lighter tones."
He added: '(She) keeps it healthy and shiny. The Duchess is known for her shiny locks, and I think this look really suits her. & # 39;
The fresh, sunken look comes just weeks after the Royal launched a new, warm, maroon look when she started doing engagements again in person (pictured, in July, when she raised the £ 1.8m fund The Royal Foundation in Support of Frontline Workers and Mental Health in the Country).
Talking about the light blonde tone, James continued, “It's quite a trend of her, she gets lighter in summer and darker in winter.
"The Duchess often chooses a stronger color in winter so that it is trendy."
He added that the queen had perfected her ability to change her hair subtly without making drastic changes.
He explained, "I think she shows us how to get it right and how to upshift it without it being too dramatic."
In July, the Duchess featured a shorter post-lockdown haircut in a warm maroon color when she appeared on the BBC to support Tiny Happy People
James also said the look “pairs” with the latest surge of good weather in the UK, adding, “The tone goes with all the weather we have and then of course it's nice to have warmer hair when it's colder will be the winter. & # 39;
It wasn't until last month that Kate debuted a new, shorter, blow dryer style when she first appeared in person since the lockdown.
The Queen sported a warm maroon color on her locks as she marked the national launch of Tiny Happy People, an educational initiative that provides a range of free digital resources to help parents develop children's language from pregnancy through the age of four to support.
And at the end of the month, the Duchess flaunted the maroon color in her usual bouncy blow dryer style when she launched the Royal Foundation's £ 1.8 million fund to support frontline workers and the country's mental health on the Sandringham Estate.
During lockdown, James revealed how the Duchess had "adopted simpler looks" while arranging her own hair – with the Royal opting for clever tricks including handy half up-dos (pictured left) and side parting (pictured right), cover the junior lines
James had previously revealed how Kate had managed to maintain her hair throughout lockdown by opting for "simpler" lockdown hairstyles that offered "longevity between washes".
He told FEMAIL that the mother of three's "nifty" side parting helped "open up her face and reveal her amazing cheekbones" and mask any regrowth at the root.
The Duchess was visiting Baby Basics in Sheffield yesterday when it was revealed that the Royal has launched a new initiative that she has spearheaded. 19 major UK retailers and brands have donated more than 10,000 new items to more than 40 baby banks across the UK.
Baby Banks are a major nationwide volunteer service that helps support some of the UK's most vulnerable families by providing essential items such as diapers, clothes and linens.
The new photos of Kate's private visit were released when she started a new initiative at Baby Basic UK & Baby Basics in Sheffield yesterday
The Royal was seen on her visit to Sheffield yesterday, packing and sorting boxes and chatting with volunteers
The Queen appeared in high spirits to launch a new initiative she had spearheaded at Baby Basics UK
Banks have proven to be a lifeline for many parents in trouble during the coronavirus crisis, but have found that their services are growing at an increasing rate due to both demand and the fact that they have been unable to accept used donations for health and safety reasons Were exposed to pressure.
After hearing about this, Kate decided to display feelers for donations from brands and retailers.
In total, she has convinced nineteen brands to donate more than 10,000 items to Baby Basics, Little Village and AberNecessities, which operate more than 40 baby banks across the UK.
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