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Friday 30 January 2015

Amanda Seyfried's dyeing disaster

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Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long out and about, New York, America - 07 Mar 2014
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried loves using hair oils on her blonde locks.

The 28-year-old actress is known for her long blonde locks, which she often wears down and wavy.

Speaking to the May issue of British magazine Marie Claire, Amanda recalled an incident which left her strands a funny shade.

"When I was 19, I accidentally coloured my hair with tinted shampoo. Next, someone put peroxide in it to try and change it back to blonde, before I was marched down to the John Frieda salon in New York to get it fixed," she laughed. "Ten years later, it's back to its natural colour. I don't use masks, but I love hair oils, which I'll put on after a shower."

While she embraces her natural appearance, Amanda admits she was quick to enhance her lashes. The Lovelace star also shared her favourite look for a romantic occasion.

"My eyelashes have always been blonde, so I started wearing mascara as soon as I was allowed to. I used Maybelline first, when I was a teen and didn't have any money, but now I wear an amazing one by Clé de Peau," she smiled. "If I have a date, I'll draw on my eyebrows, curl my lashes, apply mascara, do a lip and paint a nude nail."

Amanda picks up tips from all the beauty experts she works with. When on the red carpet, the actress often goes for classic looks with her cosmetics.

"I've had the privilege of learning from many amazing make-up artists: Mary Greenwell was giving me a little tutorial just the other day," Amanda added.

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