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Amanda Seyfried’s lazy hair attitude

Published 02/04/2016

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried likes to splash out on a facialist, but has to be careful with skincare as her face can easily breakout.

Amanda Seyfried’s perfect hair day is when she doesn’t have to touch it.

The American star may be known for her flowing blonde hair, but keeping it red carpet ready is no fun for the Ted 2 actress. In fact she relishes the times when nothing has to be done to it.

“A day where I don’t have to touch it,” she smiled to America’s Allure magazine about her perfect hair day.

Amanda’s lack of hair motivation extends to keeping it clean too. In fact her top beauty trick is reaching for the dry shampoo instead of washing her locks.

“Dry shampoo every few days instead of washing, and potentially drying out, your hair,” she advised.

Her make-up routine is just as simple, with mascara, eyeliner, powder, concealer and red lipstick, which she wears daily.

On the skincare front Amanda is a sucker for a facialist, which she cites as her greatest beauty extravagance. However she needs to be careful what products she uses on her face, as the 30-year-old is prone to bouts of pimples.

“My skin is very sensitive and I have to worry about breakouts pretty often,” she admitted.

Cate Blanchett is her style icon, although Amanda is a little more bohemian than the Australian actress, especially with her new found love of crochet.

When it comes to diet, Amanda is just as relaxed.

“If I want to eat it, I’m going to eat it. Life is short,” she has previously shared with People magazine. “(But) I have a steady workout regime. I’m into ballet. Hot yoga, not Bikram. You sweat, you move and it’s really good for your limbs, joints and muscles.”

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