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This is the one product Meghan Markle’s hairstylist swears by for glossy hair


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Meghan Markle isn’t officially a British royal for another four months, but she’s already influencing women’s beauty routines (figures). From defining post-workout hairstyle inspo to sparking a resurgent interest in facial workouts, the duchess-to-be is claiming the title of beauty influencer, alongside her soon-to-be sister-in-law (you know, Kate).

The latest intel? Her hairstylist Michael Silva (who worked on her hair when she lit up the silver screen in Horrible Bosses in 2015), said that he loves using Leonor Greyl’s Huile Secret de Beauté hair oil to keep locks nourished and luscious. So you might just be one step closer to detecting how to get her gleamy strands.

“This is pure luxury, packed with vitamins A and E and fatty acids, [which are] great for detangling and bringing tons and tons of shine,” he tells OK! Magazine UK.

A delicate spritz of the antioxidant-packed oil (which includes pomegranate seed and exotic mongongo extract) will deliver an enviable silky texture and a royal sheen. Plus, it contains citrus notes of lemongrass and yucca for an enticing scent that’ll invigorate you with each and every hair flip.

Silva recommends using as a treatment before shampooing for best results. Consider it the next best thing to rocking a crown (because shine is everything, no?).

Other ways to get healthier locks include these ways to prevent hair tie breakage and brushing your hair according to texture

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