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Seyfried's relaxed beauty

Published 06/04/2014

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried has a laid back approach to beauty.

The Mamma Mia! star is known for her long blonde locks but in a new interview, she has admitted she doesn’t show them a lot of attention. Instead, she resorts to quick fix measures to sort them out.

“I don’t wash my hair very often, so dry shampoo is my saviour,” Amanda told the May issue of British magazine Marie Claire. “I love Kevin Murphy’s Fresh Hair, although you have to be careful with dry shampoos that they don’t give you dandruff.”

It seems hair products aren’t the only thing Amanda isn’t keen on using. Styling tools also seem to be missing from her hair care repertoire.

“I never style my hair – I prefer it when it’s been naturally air dried, as it goes soft and wavy-straight, which is my ideal look," she added.

While the 28-year-old has a minimal routine for her locks, the same can’t be said for her skincare regime. Amanda would consider cosmetic treatments in the future, but for now she does her best to look after it with a selection of key products.

“I have my fair share of wrinkles, but I won’t have botox until I’m at least 40,” she continued. “I just try to take care of my skin by cleansing, using a high-tech moisturiser like Clé de Peau Nourishing Emulsion, and wearing an SPF every day.”

If she wants to make a special effort, Amanda’s go-to look is a slick of red lipstick. She has recently found a way to make the colour last all evening.

“Red lips give a fail-safe injection of glamour,” she said. “I’m usually too lazy to put on lipstick properly, but I noticed the other night, after I outlined my lips and spent time blotting and reapplying, it actually stayed on throughout dinner.”

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