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Lana Del Rey: I need Shu Uemura shampoo

Published 26/03/2013

Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey says the secret to her glossy new mane is washing with Shu Uemura shampoo.

The stunning singer has recently shown off a newly-darkened mane.

Lana, who used to be known for her iconic beehive hairdo, has also been sporting a more relaxed style over the past months.

The star revealed the secrets to her glossy and full-bodied look.

"For my hair, I never get tired of shampoos by Shu Uemura," Lana told French magazine L'Officiel. "[I like the] Muroto Volume amplifying shampoo and Radiance shampoo Full Shimmer."

Earlier this month Lana stepped out with some eye-catching crocodile hairpins attached to her crowning glory.

In keeping with her individuality, Lana's favourite scent is by a non-mainstream brand.

The natural beauty also revealed she gets her flawless skin by customising her skincare herself, involving blending two products together.

"[My scent is] Perfume Spring Flower Creed," Lana explained.

"My beauty secret is to mix the cream Skin Caviar Luxe Cream by La Prairie with Aromessence Neroli Essential serum by Décléor as a night cream."

Lana finished by sharing her daily beauty routine and the make-up items she can't live without.

"In the morning I wake up by drinking hot water with lemon in it to clean my body," she said. "My routine is my tinted cream, my black eyeliner, my eyelashes, my lipstick Rouge Pur Couture Innocent Blond 24 by Yves Saint Laurent and my red nail polish."

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