This August 31 marked the 25th anniversary of Lady Di’s death and her memory remains more vivid than ever, despite the fact that no member of the British royal family had a commemorative gesture towards her.
The years continue to pass and the memory of Princess Diana always remains in the minds and hearts of many people, for no one is a secret that she was one of the most popular public figures of the twentieth century.
But the Princess of Wales is not only remembered for her solidarity to noble causes and her affection for the youth, she was also admired for her style and elegance.
Diana always created trends with her outfits and her extravagant haircuts, which she always kept short since she was 19 years old, although there was a time when she enjoyed wearing her hair a little longer than usual.
Did Princess Diana ever have long hair?
In November 1984, just after giving birth to Prince Harry, the Princess of Wales let her hair grow down to her shoulders. She kept that style for a few weeks, but there were photographic records of the few engagements she made before returning to her signature look.
Take a look and see Princess Diana with long hair.
Why did Princess Diana keep her hair short?
Diana, at the age of 19, presented herself to the world as the future wife of Prince Charles. From that moment on she wore her hair in short layers that highlighted her cheekbones and chin.
Diana liked short hair because it was the stylistic influence of that time and the princess has always liked to follow trends.
The Princess of Wales even tried different haircuts varying the amount of volume. Her style inspired thousands of women who began to imitate her bangs and loose hair.
Then in the 1990s, Diana asked her hairdresser, Sam McKnight, “What would you do to my hair if you could do anything you wanted?”.
The expert unhesitatingly cleaned up Diana’s hair, making it shorter and more modern for the time. The concept behind the cut was a look for powerful, elegant, androgynous, hard-working women.
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