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Dree Hemingway: I’ve ditched shampoo

Published 08/10/2015

Dree Hemingway
Dree Hemingway

Actress-and-model Dree Hemingway has an unusual way of keeping her blonde hair looking its best.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Dree Hemingway very rarely bothers shampooing her hair, instead using oil as a quick fix.

The While We’re Young actress colours her tresses and has found it has a big impact on their condition. For this reason she’s come up with a way to ensure they look their best - although she’s aware it won’t be to everyone’s tastes.

“I hardly ever use shampoo – because my hair is bleached it gets really dry,” she told Britain’s Elle magazine. “I wash it with Ren Pro-Vitamin Hair Conditioner. If I need a quick fix, I rub coconut oil between my fingers and run it through the ends. “

The 27-year-old star is a big fan of keeping things simple when it comes to her beauty regime, so doesn’t rely on a lot of products to achieve her look. She very rarely even bothers with a full face of foundation, especially after learning a trick which helps her look more natural.

“I follow the rule, ‘less is more’ so I mix any foundation I use with Weleda Skin Food Moisturiser,” she said. “It gives my skin a dewy natural-looking glow.”

This is usually topped off with a little concealer and bronzing powder to give a bit of colour, and then Dree is good to go.

That’s not to say she thinks she knows everything when it comes to beauty. She’s more than happy to pick up tips and tricks from the professionals she works with, which is often the way she finds out about products she ends up loving.

“Make-up artist Wendy Rowe gave me Burberry Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base and I’m totally hooked on it,” she enthused. “It gives a subtle glow – you look as though you’ve just been for a jog.”

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