Most often, we refer to celebrities' hairstyles as our pegs. But unlike us, they have a glam army to make them look fancy and perfect. Well, today's you're lucky day because we have unlocked the secrets to having gorgeous hair even if you aren't a celebrity. Read on to find out how:
1. Condition, please!
Your celeb idol's hair is certainly alaga by salon. Cop this by getting into the habit of conditioning your hair every time you shower. Frizzy hair and tangles' usual culprit is lack of moisture, and conditioning products are the answer to this need. It's advisable to condition your ends daily with your fave conditioner, and you may use hair masks weekly when your strands need help softening. If you're in a rush, massaging leave-in conditioner on damp hair will do.
Try: Dove Oxygen Nourish Conditioner, P114, at department stores
2. Don't use your towel!
We're so used to using our terry bath towels to dry our hair. What most of us are unaware of is that it tugs the strands, causing breakage. Plus, this causes static on our hair. Reduce frizz by using a microfiber towel or an old cotton t-shirt to soak up excess water.
3. Detangle with care.
It's inevitable to have tangles, especially when you've got long hair. Instead of forcing the knots to loosen up, slowly tackle them with a wide-toothed comb (if you've got curly hair) or a dense brush specifically designed for unlocking tangles.
Try: Goody TangleFix Brush, at department stores
4. Add bounce.
Celebrities's hair are almost always heat-styled, and their perfect locks are often blow-dried and curled. Fake a bouncy blowout by doing this super easy technique: Brush dry as you would normally do, and make sure it's tangle-free. Spritz heat-protecting spray on your strands, and then use a big-barrel curling iron to add a soft curve to the ends of the hair. Add volume by flipping your head and spraying hair spray or dry shampoo. Voila! You've got great hair that's worthy to be flaunted!
Try: Philips Pro Care Airstyler, P5,499, at department stores