Learn here the best tips to haircare from celebrities
Every red carpet has some amazing hairstyles that blow our minds, but what celebrities don’t tell us much is how they take care of their hair. Well, now that’s about to change. Keep on reading for the best five tips from celebrities to get the best-looking hair ever.
1- A silk scarf
“My hair continually stays in loose twists no matter what the style, so I will take down my loose twists at night from whatever style I am wearing at the moment and braid it into six or seven large braids or Bantu knots, placing a little extra-virgin coconut and olive oil on the strands as I braid. Then I wrap it with a silk scarf,” says the model and blogger Cipriana Quann, regarding hair products she can’t live without her natural oils for hair treatment.
2- Don’t wash it so much!
Washing your hair every day can damage it too much. You can feel it dry because of the water, that’s why some women choose to wash a few times a week. “I think the biggest mistake you can make is washing your hair every day,” the American model and actress Jaime King asserts, and she adds “You need to have the natural oils of your hair, and people know this by now, but I think a lot of people don’t actually follow it. That’s the one thing that I can say is that it’s a real truth.”
3- Protect and hydrate your hair
“Whether you’re blowing your hair out every day or are exposed to high-stress conditions like I am as a model, you want to make sure you're using something that is protecting your hair from the sun and keeping it hydrated.” Says former Victoria Secret’s Angel.
4- Oil things up!
“The main one that I’ve been learning a lot about recently is don’t be afraid to use oils on your hair. I can get very wild hair because it’s this beachy texture, so I’ve been using coconut oil, which I learned on my last film, all over my body, including completely lathering it into my hair,” comments the Australian actress and writer and assures that a good oil can save your hair.
5- DIY products
“I make my own salt sprays; they are actually really easy. I just use water and salt, and then sometimes I put like a teensy bit of oil—any kind of oil, even coconut oil—in it and shake it up,” says Nikki Reed, American actress known for her portrayal of vampire Rosalie Hale in The Twilight Saga.”