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Ashley Roberts' hair dilemma

Published 08/12/2013

Ashley Roberts
Ashley Roberts

Ashley Roberts knows how to "appreciate" a replenishing hair mask.

The former Pussycat Dolls star is known for her blonde locks, which she bleaches regularly.

All the dye puts a strain on her mane, which she aims to keep to a minimum with nourishing products such as L'Oréal Professionnel's Pro Keratin Refill Mask.

"I put a lot of bleach on my hair so this is the ultimate restorative treatment to 'love' my hair back to full health," she explained to British magazine new!

"I really appreciate a good hair mask!"

Ashley also tries to keep her complexion perfect.

She does this with the help of an organic snail gel, which is derived from the animals' mucus.

"I use this after I wash my face each night to keep blemishes at bay and my skin looking bright," she revealed.

As her skin is naturally fairly clear, the lucky 32-year-old doesn't need to use much make-up.

Instead she sticks to Laura Mercier's tinted moisturiser.

"I love this product because it's light enough not to feel like I am wearing too much make-up," she said.

"But it gives great coverage and has SPF in it."

A finishing touch to the dancer-and-singer's look is always a cool nail polish.

The blonde star likes Essie's shade After School Boy Blazer, which is a deep navy.

"I love this colour because it's a nice dark tone, ideal for the autumn season," she smiled.

"It's also easy to match up with outfits."

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