Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson shows off her signature red locks at a 2006 VIP party in London. Her sun kissed tint goes nicely with those glossy, full-bodied tresses.
Princess Letizia of Spain's stylist clearly has some experience working a crown into an evening updo. The former journalist-turned-princess looks stunning with loose tendrils a Royal Palace dinner in 2011.
Princess Siriwanwaree Nareerat of Thailand lets her long locks fall to one side at a Giorgio Armani Fashion Show in 2009. Pulling back her strands on one side keeps this style youthful and carefree.
A classy but playful ponytail looks regal on Dutch Princess Máxima as she visits a volunteer group in the Netherlands in 2006. Fastening hair at the nape of the neck is a fast and easy way to switch up your ponytail style.
Looking serious at a hotel opening in London in 2010, Saudi Arabian Princess Amira lifts at the roots to boost this half-up 'do. Plus, check out those bold brows!
Crown Princess Masako of Japan keeps it simple at a New Year's celebration at the Japan Imperial Palace in 2009. This Harvard grad knows that an understated look can go a long way.
Race Day Glam
Princess Eugenie of York goes wild with a green hat for the Royal Ascot horse race in England. Looks like she and Sarah Jessica Parker (a la her London premiere of Sex and the City) share the same thoughts when it comes big hair accessories!
Princess Mary of Denmark channels Old-Hollywood and wears polished ringlets to a wedding in 2010 in Greece.
Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, another Princess-to-Be (she's engaged to Albert II, the Prince of Monaco) proves that short hair is sexy at the 2009 Monte Carlo Ball.
Good hair runs in the family! Princess Caroline of Hanover pulls her straight strands back with a red headband in Monaco in 2008 with her daughter Princess Alexandra.
A beauty icon to stars like Lady Gaga, Princess Diana became known for her classic short style. Here in Italy in the 1980s she positively glows with blonde tresses and a megawatt smile.
Weatherproof Your Hair
Even princesses can't fight the elements. If you find yourself in a wind tunnel (or, in this case, in the middle of a blustery day in Ireland), protect your strands under your jacket to prevent more tangling. When the weather dies down, calm flayaways with a brush spritzed with hairspray.