How to Get Hair Like Kim Kardashian for Your Wedding!
There's no doubt about it: Kim Kardashian has mastered the art of looking picture-perfect. Incidentally, that's exactly the beauty look most brides are striving for. So who better to look to for big-day hair and makeup inspiration than the social media mogul and selfie star herself?
On her app, Kardashian spilled her secrets for gorgeous, healthy hair-particularly in the winter. Here's what we learned:
1. Shampoo less.
"Keeping your hair shiny and soft in the winter can be difficult!" Kardashian says. "I only shampoo it twice a week to prevent it from drying out." This regimen also happens to be super convenient if you're busy juggling fame and raising two little ones … or, you know, planning a wedding. We do have one caveat, though: While it's true that over-shampooing can be a major cause of dryness, you should take your hair texture into account when determining your wash routine. Fine hair can be washed daily, while medium, wavy-haired brides could shoot for every other day. Women with coarse, curly hair will benefit most from Kardashian's twice-a-week schedule. When she does wash, Kardashian uses Leonor Greyl Paris Shampooing Reviviscence Repairing Shampoo ($67, nordstrom.com).
2. Use hydrating at-home masks.
Kardashian also professed her love for applying ultra-hydrating products to keep her hair strong and shiny during cold-weather months. She recommends Carol's Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask ($32, ulta.com) and Rodin Luxury Hair Oil, ($70, barneys.com). We'd also add Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector ($28, livingproof.com).
3. Style like a star.
When you change your look as often as Kardashian, you'll need a few secret weapons to keep your locks looking fresh and vibrant. Her fave styling products?
Styling cream: Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Styling Cream ($20, fekkai.com)
Leave-in moisturizer: Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($50, Net-A-Porter.com)
Hair treatment: Olaplex Hair Perfector ($22, BrightonBeautySupply.com).
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