Wimbledon hair inspiration

Whether you’re heading to the courts or enjoying the sun we are here to help you ace every hair look this summer with some inspiration from our favourite Wimbledon watchers.

Eleanor Tomlinsons striking red hair is guaranteed to turn heads. We love this relaxed, half up do which really compliments her face shape and shows off the neck line of the dress. This style is a great choice for ladies with shorter hair.

The Duchess of Cambridge will always be top of our list when it comes to hair inspiration. At Wimbledon 2016, Kate opted for loose waves, flaunting her gorgeous healthy locks. For added shine, use the BC hyaluronic moisture micellar conditioner, followed by UniqONE leave in treatment to protect against heat, add volume and control frizz. To style the hair, use the BaByliss PRO spectrum 34mm straight wand to recreate this look.

Kim Murray looks effortlessly chic, with voluminous roots and a sleek, blowdry.  Leaving the ends so they are not poker straights creates a softer look, which we love. Check out our range of hairdryers here.


Victoria Beckham’s up-do looks simple and classy, as well as being perfect for the hot whether. Grab a hand full of bobby pins and some hairspray and get styling.


Simple but effective. Sienna’s side plait looks sophisticated yet very cool. The different shades of blonde add texture and spices up the look, a great way to rejuvenate any hairstyle.


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Joanne Froggatt looks stunning with natural waves and a gorgeous summery white dress. Use Stylesign texturiser to add volume and definition to the hair before using straighteners to add some loose waves.

We have come the the conclusion that the hair trend at Wimbledon tends to be “less is more”, with simple, classic styles hot on trend. Let your natural beauty shine through this summer, healthy looking locks are all the rage.

Which look is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below and tag us in your Wimbledon hair looks on Facebook or Instagram.

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