Nina Dobrev Wishes She Was A 'L’Oreal Or Pantene Girl' — Does Her Hair Make The Commerical Cut?

Fri, September 23, 2011 10:42am EDT by 1 Comment

Find out how she keeps it soft, but strong — even though it gets blasted with heat and styled every day on set!

“It’s been a dream of mine to be a L’Oreal or Pantene girl,” Nina Dobrev tells InStyle.com. “That’s why I’m keeping it healthy — and long — until they ask me. That’s my incentive.” So what are her healthy hair secrets?

When Nina Dobrev landed her gig on The Vampire Diaries, her mom warned her against the damage her hair might have to suffer. “When I first got my job on the show, my mom told me, ‘We know they need your hair for today, you need it for life. You can’t let them sizzle it off,” Nina says.

She tells InStyle.com that she only washes her hair three times a week and uses three different hair masks on a rotation to keep her strands silky.

Nina uses a Keratin treatment, Softa Treatment by Unite, and a mask by MoroccanOil.

Do YOU think Nina should be a hair care spokesperson?

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katherine

Posted at 5:41 PM on September 23, 2011  

Nina is so incredibly gorgeous!! Her hair looks so silky smooth, she should def be a hair care spokeswoman!

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