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January Jones’s anxious hair work

Published 18/05/2016

January Jones
January Jones

January Jones doesn’t colour her hair as much now Mad Men has come to an end, leaving it in better condition.

January Jones rarely wears her hair down on the red carpet because it always ends up tucked behind her ears.

The Mad Men actress is known for her soft blonde waves, and has been showing off a longer style recently. However it’s not often you see January with her hair down at showbiz events, as a little quirk of hers means she’ll ruin the style.

“I tuck my hair behind my ear frequently when I’m nervous, anxious or even excited. I often have to remind hairstylists not to leave my hair down around my face for red carpets because it will inevitably be tucked sooner or later,” she laughed to Britain’s Hello! magazine.

The 38-year-old was twice nominated for a Golden Globe when she played Betty Draper on Mad Men. To transform into the character, January dyed her hair a brassy blonde shade and soaked up the vintage fashion on the ‘60s-set drama.

Since the hit show came to an end in 2015, January has eased off on the highlights.

“I have stopped colouring it as light and have only been highlighting it a few times a year, so my hair isn’t as dry as it was a couple of years ago,” she shared. “I am pretty good about not damaging it when I don’t have to work. I usually go to bed with damp hair and then run a curling iron over it as couple of times a week and try to wash it only twice a week. I also like to leave a moisture mask on once a week for an hour or so.”

As the face of hair brand Kerastase, January now has countless hair products at her disposal to make sure her locks are always in top condition.

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