5 Secret Tips for Celeb-Worthy Hair

5 Secret Tips for Celeb-Worthy Hair

Create healthy, shiny, celeb-worthy hair at home with these five insider tips.


By: Sarah James

Celebrity hair trends come and go, but the one mainstay that never seems to disappear is that healthy, shiny, star-calibre look everyone wants to emulate. Here's how to get it.

Weekly Deep Conditioning Treatments
The key to shine is proper moisture. If your hair is healthy and hydrated, your natural lustre will shine through. Deep conditioning treatments are a great way to keep hair healthy looking, especially if your hair is prone to breakage.

Frequent Trims
The best way to get rid of dull ends? Trim them off! Frequent trims will keep hair looking healthy as well as stopping any chance of split ends in their tracks.

Glossing Treatments
At-home glossing treatments can add up to four weeks of healthy, conditioning shine whether your hair is coloured or not. It’s a perfect way to amp up your shine — and as a result — your celebrity-hair factor.

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No-Heat Curls
Long, loose waves are all the rage right now, but you really need to give damaging heat tools like curling irons a break once in awhile.

To create smooth, loose waves without heat, just create two braids on each side of your head while your hair is damp. Leave in as long as possible (overnight is best), and once you release the braids, you'll have gorgeous beachy waves without any heat styling damage.

The Right Colour
Many celebrities are known to lighten their locks, but it is always important to only go one to two shades lighter than your natural hair colour. A great colouring technique for gradually going lighter is balayage, which creates natural beachy streaks by using a painting technique instead of foiling.

Brunettes going blonder have the tendency to turn brassy after a few washes, so using a purple shampoo once every two weeks is helpful to keep the blond colour fresh and bright.



Sarah can be found contributing her musings on style, beauty and parenting at her personal blog, Whoorl, as well as the popular beauty website Hair Thursday. Her blogs have been featured on “The Rachael Ray Show,” ABC’s “Nightlineand in The New York Times.

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