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cepe 11-28-2012 03:56 PM

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Originally Posted by kakieanne (Post 1487744)
Victoria looks so regal. Kate just looks so...common.

if you dont the hair then fair enough but to make personal insulting comments is unnecessary.

MARG 11-28-2012 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by cepe (Post 1487749)
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Originally Posted by kakieanne (Post 1487744)
Victoria looks so regal. Kate just looks so...common.

if you dint the hair then fair enough but to make personal insulting comments is unnecessary.

I didn't read it as either personal or insulting but just another comment on "hair" and if that is the case I would say yes, Victoria's hair can look "regal" at a formal engagement whereas Katherine's hair is almost always the same.

We all moan, ad nauseum, about Victoria's annoying penchant for boring ponytails so I don't see the problem with moaning about Katherine's equally annoying penchant for floppsy, moppsy, little-girl curls.

Duke-of-Earl 11-28-2012 04:20 PM

Well if we were to ask 100 males which hairstyle they prefer, Victoria's ponytails and buns or Catherine's bangs and curls, I think I know the outcome.

Catherine's tiara days are ahead of her and there will be plenty of time for what are imo, boring up-dos.

lancchick 11-28-2012 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by IloveCP (Post 1487736)
Not really a fan of Catherine's new hairstyle. I don't think it suits her.

I'm not sure there's nothing new other than shorter front layers. Some folks were calling these bangs but they don't qualify as that when it's past your ears.

https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/...67_634x645.jpg

But Catherine's hair is getting pretty ridiculous to me. :bang: If she wants to keep all that hair, check the weather, get your hairstylist, and head out of the house in a ponytail or some other updo. I don't know how she stands it; when my hair was long, there were many a rat's nest after spending a day out in the wind. :cool:

Duke-of-Earl 11-28-2012 04:50 PM

Duchess Kate's new hair: What she did, how she did it

For anyone interested in how to get Catherine's chic new hairstyle, USA TODAY has some tips.

NGalitzine 11-28-2012 05:05 PM

I can't believe how much newpaper ink was wasted on a simple hairdo. Hardly earth shattering.

UserDane 11-28-2012 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by NGalitzine (Post 1487784)
I can't believe how much newpaper ink was wasted on a simple hairdo. Hardly earth shattering.

Agree; if it had been an interesting - or even becoming - hairdo it might have warranted the interest. But this is just another variation of her usual little-girl-hair-all-over-the-face appearance.

Duke-of-Earl 11-28-2012 05:20 PM

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Originally Posted by NGalitzine (Post 1487784)
I can't believe how much newpaper ink was wasted on a simple hairdo. Hardly earth shattering.

Agree its not earth shattering but Catherine has a global presence and especially in North America, India and the United Kingdom, her hairstyles and sartorial choices are followed religiously.

kathia_sophia 11-28-2012 06:35 PM

it was not that a big of deal haircut and wasnt even a 'real bangs' if anyone knows what i mean, but its already taking the world by storm IMO
cant imagine the day if she cuts her hair short above her ears, because i think if that day arrives, then the world will be hit by a meteorite and vanish from the universe.

Baroness of Books 11-28-2012 06:46 PM

With regard to Kate's new hairstyle, I take "fringe" to mean "bangs" that fall over the forehead, whereas these are layers that frame her face. I think if Kate cut more of them throughout her hair, the side ones would incorporate for a better look overall. Maybe she'll get more adventurous in the future for a more sophisticated style.

Duke-of-Earl 11-30-2012 11:18 AM

Here come the 'Copy-Kates'
 
Hairdresser Charles Worthington says his salons were yesterday bombarded by women requesting fringes. He’s all in favour of the Duchess’s new look. “Kate’s fringe is a great idea,” he says. “It gives her a much softer look. It feels young, fresh and flirty and it’s very flattering.”

The Duchess of Cambridge’s new-look fringe has women queuing up for the crop - Telegraph

Kit 11-30-2012 11:26 AM

I remember Kate wearing layers and fringes for many years before the engagement and I always liked her with it. I agree she looks way younger with it though it is definitely a look that does not suit everybody and it is often quite complicate to style.

KittyAtlanta 11-30-2012 01:19 PM

There are lots of other Royals who have hairstyles. Kate's hair isn't interesting, it's just hair that hangs, blows around, LOL...that one where her "fringe" covered her whole face. I found it myrth inducing, she looked like a sheepdog.

Duke-of-Earl 11-30-2012 08:22 PM

Kate takes New York
 
She's bang on trend! The Kate cut takes Manhattan as top New York salons report soaring demand for Duchess's new look | Mail Online

Danishla 11-30-2012 11:41 PM

I've seen all these news about Kate's new hair style, it looks like she just trimmed her bangs? am I missing something? :ermm:

MichelleQ2 12-01-2012 02:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Danishla

I've seen all these news about Kate's new hair style, it looks like she just trimmed her bangs? am I missing something? :ermm:

Nope, that is about the size of it. She trimmed her bangs, didn't really like it falling in her eyes and after a few days, went back to essentially her old style with some layers now. She's a regular girl, got bored, tried something new... Sometimes it works, sometimes not.

lancchick 12-17-2012 11:09 PM

CP Mary got a haircut recently: In China on December 6th
https://www.bt.dk/sites/default/files...-hong-kong.jpg

On the 30th of October: https://i2-images4.tv2net.dk/s/85/335...d3133964f.jpeg

It looks like several inches were cut off.

dazzling 01-03-2013 10:52 AM

The new thread can be found here
:flowers:


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