Meghan Markle’s hairstylist launches affordable haircare line at Boots


Maisie Bovingdon
·Shopping writerFri, 12 February 2021, 5:48 pm

Celebrity hairstylist George Northwood revealed he was the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's former hairdresser with a photo of the couple on his Instagram account back in 2020.  He has now launched a new vegan haircare range. (Getty Images)
Celebrity hairstylist George Northwood revealed he was the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s former hairdresser with a photo of the couple on his Instagram account back in 2020. He has now launched a new vegan haircare range. (Getty Images)

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Ever wondered how Meghan Markle maintained her sleek brunette locks? 

One of the masterminds behind the former Suits actor’s hairstyles was George Northwood.

The celebrity hairdresser worked with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for two years during their time in the UK, and in a previous post on Instagram account the mogul admitted he “enjoyed every minute” he worked with the royals.

Now fans of George Northwood are in luck as he has launched a new haircare range in Boots.

George Northwood’s latest drop, titled Undone, is a 20-piece range.https://www.instagram.com/p/B-Z8Q6GHLdh/embed/captioned?cr=1&v=12

Undone by George Northwood includes haircare products, such as shampoo, conditioner, as well as moisturising cream, and volumising hair spray.

The products are tailored for various hair types, styles and needs. The Undirty shampoo and conditioner is for an everyday clean, Unparched for dry and dehydrated tresses, Unpolluted creations will protect against UV damage and pollution, while Undamaged works to repair damaged hair and breakages.

The collection is also set to include hair tools, such as curling tongs, straighteners and a hair dryer, although these have sold out due to popular demand within days of the launch.

The capsule is affordable and ranges from £12 to £65 at Boots and is vegan and free from sulphates.

Speaking about the new drop, Northwood – who has also worked with Alexa Chung, Julianne Moore and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – said: “The range is called Undone, because this reflects my signature style, but I also wanted to ‘undo’ the maze of hair.

“Over the years I have tried every hair product on the market,” said Northwood.

We predict the haircare range will sell out fast, but before it does, we have rounded up a selection of products you need.