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I Tried a Bridgerton Hairstyle at Home: See Photos


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I love my hair. Sure, it has its downsides — it’s thin, it turns brassy whenever I dye it, and it’s a little damaged from heat styling — but for the most part, I can’t complain. It holds a curl well, I can go a good number of days in between washes, and it’s growing long (slowly but surely).

Although I get most of my hair inspiration from celebrities I follow or scrolling TikTok, there are occasions when I find new looks from movies or shows, and after digging into season three of “Bridgerton,”, which aired on May 16, I was ready to try out some new looks.

In all honesty, I didn’t think “Bridgerton” would be a show I ever sourced inspiration from for a few main reasons. There are a lot of updos on the show, and I usually only wear my hair up if I’m working out (even then, I do anything wild or out of the box; just your run-of-the-mill ponytail). Also, I’ve found that throughout most of the three seasons, the characters have maintained similar looks — curls or ringlets, wispy tendrils, and lots and lots of accessories (and I’m not a hair accessories girl by any means).

I’ll occasionally throw on a hat or a headband if my hair is dirty, but if it’s clean, I usually wear it down and in loose waves or I’ll give myself a bouncy blowout. The only accessory I reach for is either a hair tie or a claw-clip, but in the spirit of trying new things, I opted to grab a whole bunch of bows, headbands, and floral clips to test a few “Bridgerton”-inspired hairstyles out.

I started with a half-up, half-down style, which I rarely do because if my hair looks good, I typically wear it all the way down. Before tying the top half back, I pulled out a few “tendrils” from the front. I wear my hair down the middle 99 percent of the time, but I opted to flip my front pieces to one side to give my look a little “spice.”

I secured the top half of my hair with a thin Goody Ouchless Hair Tie ($5). From there, I took the small ponytail and started wrapping it into a bun, which I secured with another hair tie. The bun looked a little goofy, so I ended up flattening it using a few Amazon Basics Bobby Pins ($5).

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Next, I curled the remainder of my hair using the Hairbeauron 27D Plus 1.4 inch ($950) before it was time to accessorize. I had a hard time picking which piece I wanted to go with, but I decided on the Rpzl Clarke Pearl Bow ($40). Bows are having a moment right now, and I couldn’t get over how detailed and chic this pearl one was. I ended up placing it directly underneath my bun rather than on top of it because I thought it added a lot to the style.

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The finished look was entirely different from anything I would normally wear, but I actually loved how it came together. I ended up going out to dinner with my girlfriends with this hairstyle and every single one of them commented on how cute my hair looked. Although I usually shy away from complicated hair looks, I think “Bridgerton” might just inspire me to keep switching things up on a regular basis.

Renee Rodriguez is a staff writer and social producer for PS. She writes across all verticals, but her main areas of expertise focus on fashion and beauty content with an emphasis on reviews and editor experiments. She also produces social content for the PS TikTok and Instagram accounts.


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