What made Princess Diana’s hairstyle so memorable? It’s a combination of things: All the volume, the depth of layers and the fact that her short, lush locks made her appear so youthful.
Elements of her haircut are in fashion now, particularly the “shag” look, so how can you personalise it for your style? We spoke to Tash Newman, senior stylist at Love Hair, to learn more about the dos and don’ts.
“Face shape is extremely important when cutting any haircut, but most importantly short hair. If the hair cut is wrong for the face shape it will throw the whole look off and might be unflattering,” she explains.
“For a square face, selecting a haircut to soften those features is essential for a flattering appearance. I would complement the bone structure with a side parting,” Newman says, adding: “Rounded face shapes will benefit from a choppy pixie cut, which would add definition and shape to the face, and for oval faces, I would typically go for a blunt bob or lob with subtle layers.”