Giuliana Rancic Reveals How Her New Highlights Boost Her Mood

Tue, January 3, 2012 2:50pm EST by 2 Comments

Though Giuliana is recovering from a double mastectomy after finding out that she has breast cancer, she explains how a new hair color gives her a ‘glow.’

Giuliana Rancic seems strong and positive, just weeks after her December 13 surgery. Find out how a few highlights lift her mood, help her stay positive and how she gets her silky strands to look flawless without constant washing.

“I just added some highlights. You know why? I think the dark felt a little somber and now I felt like I’m healing, I’m happy, I want to bring in the new year on a a good, happy, sunny note,” Giuliana explains exclusively to HollywoodLife. “So I added some highlights to give me a little glow. It sounds so silly to people, but it’s those little things that I think really help.”

Despite her scary current situation, Giuliana manages to remain positive, doing what she can to feel good about herself!

Another one of her hair secrets? Dry shampoo!

“My big thing is, I used to wash my hair every day and now I wash it every three days. I use dry shampoo in between. I love dry shampoo.”

So what Giuliana’s go-to products?

“I use the Bumble and Bumble one, Rene Furterer, I use different ones.”

Other favorites include “an inch and half barrel curling iron by Hot Tools” and the Alterna Bamboo Smooth oil to set her style.

In situations like these, an incredible attitude like Giuliana’s — and a few bright highlights — go a long way.

Reporting by Lindsey DiMattina

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Posted at 10:57 AM on January 4, 2012  

I completely understand her with the hair color change. I was terminally ill when I was younger (had life saving surgery at 15) and I lost all my hair. It came back a year after surgery, but the devastation of almost dying and also the stress of high school and high school drama was overwhelming. When I couldn’t control anything in my life, one thing I had control over was my hair color. It was something that I could do whatever I wanted with and change something I was looking at every day–what I saw in the mirror. I didn’t have to focus on surgical scars or a teenager who felt like she had no friends. A change of haircolor can make such a difference in outlook and attitude.

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Eden Univer

Posted at 2:13 PM on January 4, 2012  

Kira, your story is so inspiring. I’m floored by your ability to find positivity through such a difficult situation. I think you and Giuliana are two incredible ladies!

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