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Lauren Conrad: Shorter hair is better in heat

Published 22/04/2015

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad says she loves having shorter hair because it’s so much easier to style as the weather gets warmer.

The former The Hills star chopped off her locks in November following her wedding to William Tell.

The 29-year-old star was questioned about her haircare regime in a Twitter chat alongside John Frieda.

And when a fan asked how Lauren knew the right time to go for such a drastic hair change, she replied: “I'm loving my shorter hair. It's so easy to style for spring and summer.”

While Lauren’s hair length has changed in recent years, her colour has remained much the same. The star opts for a light brown/blonde shade, but says that as she gets ready for summer, she’s definitely up for going for a transformation.

“For summer, I always say the lighter the better,” Lauren told one fan, who had asked what the hottest hair colour for the summer is.

Lauren also revealed that she uses the John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Spray to help her obtain the famous loose, casual curls she prefers to sport.

As well as chatting about her hair tips, Lauren also shared makeup advice.

The stunning star turned fashion designer is known for rarely putting a foot wrong when it comes to her appearance, and her cosmetics bag is full of options for every occasion.

“Right now I'm loving a red lip, but for summer I tend to go with a neutral colour like soft pink,” Lauren replied when asked to predict the most popular lip colour this summer.

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