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Sophia Bush's bangs blunder

Published 20/11/2015

Sophia Bush
Sophia Bush

One Tree Hill star Sophia Bush always makes sure there's fragrances in her handbag.

Actress Sophia Bush has learnt her lesson after being papped when her bangs had dried in "weird directions".

The One Tree Hill star's tresses have evolved over the years, from a sleek long bob to blonde wavy locks. Sophia hasn't always got her hair spot on though, as she remembers how neglecting her fringe once led to an embarrassing series of photos.

"Take your pick. Haven’t we all had horrible ones?!" she laughed to W magazine when asked to share her worst beauty blunder. "The first time I cut my bangs, I got sick of doing them after a while. Sometimes I’d run an errand and think no one would see me, and of course that’s when paparazzi are in front of Whole Foods or CVS, so there are terrible pictures of me with my bangs dried in weird directions! Lesson learned – if I’m going to cut the blunt bangs, I’m going to have to do them every day."

Luckily she's recovered from the embarrassment and Sophia now looks fabulous whenever she's snapped, whether away from or on the red carpet. Her flawless appearance is all down to the products she keeps in her purse at all times, and along with Osea Hydrating Oil, perfumes are a must-have for her handbag.

"Two different scents of my fragrance brand I Smell Great – Wild Honey and Angel Cake," she listed. "I love the way they smell, and I love that you can layer them. They activate all day. We wanted to design fragrances that you could layer and customise to make your own scents. I’m still having a ball creating scent combos! I actually have some big news – we just entered into a partnership where $1 from every bottle of I Smell Great we sell is going to benefit (organisation) The Girl Project."

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