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Princess Diana's Hairstyles

Princess Dianawas — and continues to be — a style icon. Beyond her captivating fashion looks, the"People's Princess"also had ever-changing hairstyles that inspired salon requests for a generation and then some. The iconic short haircut that she famously wore for more than a decade actually almost never happened, according to her longtime stylist Sam McKnight!

1981
For the official engagement announcement on February 24, 1981, the bride-to-be kept it simple, opting for soft layers.
1982
The new royal maintained a similar haircut during her first pregnancy, but added some bright highlights to freshen things up.
1982
The new mom introduced the world to her first son on June 21, 1982, with her hair perfectly swept back on the front and sides.
1983
In 1983, Princess Diana embarked on a major tour of Australia and New Zealand. At the state reception in Brisbane, she dressed up soft waves with the Spencer family tiara.
1984
After Harry was born on September 15, 1984, Diana stepped out of the hospital with a gravity-defying blowout.
1985
The Princess of Wales later returned to her familiar bangs, albeit with some poofy '80s volume.
1989 (jumped to 1989!)
The royal looked blonder than ever at the Queen Mother's 89th Birthday celebration.
1992
This style for a royal banquet (shortly before announcing her separation from Charles) definitely embraces the curls.
1995
The "People's Princess" accepted her Humanitarian of the Year Award with super-shiny (and this time, dry) strands.
1997
In the last year of her life, the Princess styled short, blonde bangs. And with that, it's no wonder her gorgeous look defined an entire decade.
What do you think! I personally love her hair... but the fact it never really changed surprised me :)
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she's still a fashion icon.. <3
@soobak I agree
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