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Margot Robbie relies on extensions to ‘thicken up’ hair

Published 16/10/2016

Margot Robbie
Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie gives all credit to her “glam squad” for making her hair look so fabulous.

Margot Robbie insists her hair isn’t as lustrous as it appears to be.

The Australian actress gives fans envy with her shiny tresses, which are currently blonde but have been dark brown in the past.

But for those wishing they have impressive locks like hers, the 26-year-old star has set the record straight.

“Readers are being so misled, I have fine, boring hair - my hair is actually totally s**t,” she told glamourmagazine.com. “Every time I go to an event they have like clip in hair extensions to thicken it up, not necessarily for length but just to thicken it up to make it look fuller than it is. So it's not me, it's a magical hair stylist making it look good. The glam squad!”

Margot is laidback about her hair, admitting she’d even shave it off for a role if required. In the meantime, she keeps it in good condition by using products like Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, Klorane dry shampoo and seaweed extract from Thailand given to her by a friend.

The Suicide Squad star’s gorgeous looks can be seen in beauty campaigns as well as on the silver screen and she’s currently the face of Calvin Klein’s Deep Euphoria advertisements. A video campaign sees her remembering a wild party the night before where she was dancing in a gorgeous purple gown, while photos see her lounged on a purple sofa.

“(I) only (felt) a little bit (nervous) in the sense that photoshoots aren't really my forte, I've never done modelling, I feel at home on a film set,” she said of the experience. “I'm just so familiar with sets and how they work that when we did the video campaign for the Deep Euphoria shoot I felt much more at home than just the photoshoot aspect of it.”

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