A few of the styling products our favorite models count on to keep their tresses picture perfect.
A change in seasons and loads of upcoming holiday-party selfies are good reasons to take a fresh look at your hair-care regimen.
And who better to borrow from than some of our favorite models? Here are a few of the styling products they count on to keep their tresses picture perfect.
It might seem like model Gigi Hadid has naturally-windswept hair, but it turns out it’s enhanced by Wella’s EIMI Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Hairspray ($19 at Ulta). “You spray it in and then just mess your hair up,” she tells Into the Gloss.
Model Imaan Hammam’s secret to stunning curls is Aunt Jackie’s Curl La La Defining Curl Custard ($10 at amazon.com). “It softens and defines my curls,” she tells Glamour.com. “I just put a bit of it into damp, towel-dried hair, let hair air dry for 30 minutes, and then diffuse it with a blow dryer — this makes it even curlier and bigger, which I like.”
Anja Rubik is a model who know her beauty stuff. Her secret to her perfectly mussed model-off-duty hair is Klorane Dry Shampoo ($20 at kloraneusa.com) which adds texture and allows more days between washing.
Model Cipriana Quann has become a natural-hair icon, turning heads everywhere with her awe-inducing braids. She says SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Reconstructive Finishing Elixir ($10 at drugstores) is her must-have for keeping her strands soft and hydrated.
Kendall Jenner says her hair is too silky and sleek sometimes, which is why she sleeps on it wet to wake up to more textured strands. To add more volume in a pinch, she told InStyle she uses Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($22–$44 at Nordstrom).
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley swears by cult-favorite Moroccanoil Treatment Oil ($44 at moroccanoil.com). “It does everything it says on the bottle,” she tells Vogue.com. “It smoothes, it makes your hair more manageable, it adds volume — it’s fantastic.”