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Setting The Record Straight On Ariana Grande's Hair

Yeah, we know it's big and it's definitely full of secrets.
Setting The Record Straight On Ariana Grande's Hair Yeah, we know it's big and it's definitely full of secrets.

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, we just can’t help but love Ariana Grande. With shrieks that make us reminisce on Mariah’s glory days and melodies that get our heads bopping, everything about her seems like an absolute dream. Well, almost.

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A girl’s mane is a sacred, be it short or long. However, it’s also one of those things that are often taken for granted and abused with endless treatments and transformations. We couldn’t help but notice that Ariana’s tresses seemed lackluster despite her star shining brighter than ever. This led us to do a little bit of digging to find out the secrets underneath all that hair.

Eight months ago, Ariana set the record straight by posting this photo on her Instagram account.

Reading this sob story left us feeling sorry for the girl. Just imagine having that much damage done to your tresses. Painful, isn’t it? Thing is, we’re all quite guilty of abusing our locks in so many ways–blowdrying, coloring, ironing, you name it, we’ve pretty much done it. So now the question is, how does one keep her hair alive despite the inevitable casualties? Read on as we give you a few quick tips to bring back the shine to your hair.

TRY: L’Oréal’s Mythic Oil

Salon treatments can be quite pricey so a simple home remedy you can try to bring the life back into your hair is by using oil. With a small dime-sized drop, all your worries are taken care of. Use it as a pre-blow dry product by combing through your locks before hitting the switch. Also, you might want to try leaving it on as you hit the snooze button to bring some nutrients back.

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TRY: L’Oreal’s Mythic Oil Milk. A leave-in conditioner for all hair types, it repairs and strengthens damaged hair with mineral oil, passiflora seed oil, and royal jelly extract that conditions, fights frizz, and adds shine to your mane.

 

 

Like Ariana, Miley Cyrus started her career at an early age by acting in a TV show. She then decided to turn her attention to music, shedding her squeaky clean image along with a couple of inches off her hair. 

Now if the damage has been quite severe and you’ve already managed to grow out a decent amount of inches, why not try going for a cropped new ‘do? Tons of celebs have done it after all, so why not give it a shot? Who knows, it might just be the makeover you need.

Bottom line here is, we should all do our best in taking care of our hair. We may grow it out and cut it but it will forever be a part of us.

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