Selena Gomez has some of the best hair in Hollywood — healthy, shiny and gorgeous! Check out these expert tips so you can shine like Selena for New Year’s Eve!
Need a little hair repair before 2014? We chatted with Moroccanoil Artistic Director, Antonio Corral Calero, to get his top tips on how to get perfect hair like Selena Gomez for the holiday season and beyond!
Holiday Hairstyles — Get Selena Gomez’s Shiny Hair
To get shiny, healthy hair this time of year, Antonio says to start at the beginning:
“Healthy hair during the holidays starts with a great shampoo and conditioner. I recommend using Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo and Moisture Repair Conditioner to help restore moisture, making the hair look and feel healthier. Once a week treat your hair to a rich hydrating mask, such as Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask. The daily use of Moroccanoil Treatment will also help to keep your hair manageable, healthy, and provide the perfect foundation for styling any holiday look.”
For a quick pick me up, you’ll need two must-haves:
“Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine is a holiday season must! It provides an invisible veil of pure, luminous “red carpet” shine to create a smooth, radiant finish for any special occasion. I also always have a small bottle of Moroccanoil Treatment –– it is the ideal touch-up tool to smooth flyaways and provide a healthy finish to any style.”
If you have to attend a party straight after work, check out these easy tips to freshen up:
“When it comes to transitioning a look from day to night simplicity is the way to go. Try transitioning a regular braid or ponytail into a loose side ponytail or low side braid letting it fall over your shoulder and pull out a few soft pieces of hair to frame the face for effortless, chic glamour.”
How To Refresh Your Hair After Cooking A Holiday Meal
“If you have been cooking all day I recommend washing your hair because your hair absorbs the oils and smoke from the kitchen,” Antonio says. “For an easy, elegant look, after the hair is washed, pull the hair back into a loose bun or let it dry naturally working in a bit of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream from mid length to ends as a leave-in conditioner for added moisture and soft hold.”
Are you going to try these top holiday hair tips, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee