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Vanessa Hudgens no longer fighting her curls

Published 01/08/2016

Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens no longer feels like she has to "fight" against her naturally curly hair.

Vanessa Hudgens has decided that it's time to embrace her naturally wavy hair.

The star achieved mainstream success through the release of the High School Musical franchise, and has since gone onto make a name for herself in Hollywood by starring in movies such as 2013’s Spring Breakers and as Rizzo in TV musical Grease: Live this year (16).

Vanessa has also become known for her signature bohemian-inspired ensembles, such as the shorts and fringed shirt combos she often rocks at musical festivals such as Coachella. Fitting in with this relaxed style, the 27-year-old admits she's now obsessed with wearing her hair in its naturally curly style.

"I feel like so much of my life I had been fighting my curly hair," she told People Style. "I am at a place where I am like, 'God gave me this hair. I should embrace it.'"

The brunette beauty says wearing her hair in curls is low maintenance, and she has developed a quick four-step routine to complete each morning to keep her curls bouncy all day. In order to avoid her hair turning into a "massive frizz ball" she washes and conditions her mane with Unite Moisturizing Shampoo and a Kerastase conditioner specifically for curly locks. To complete the look, Vanessa will then spritz over some of Unite’s 7SECONDS Detangler, before running some argan oil through the ends of her tresses.

Though Vanessa's hair is currently cropped to shoulder length, she isn’t afraid to add in some hair extensions which have the same texture as her natural hair for added volume when she feels like it.

"My hair is really fine but really curly," she explained. "They (the extensions) look great, but they just get so tangled and become a disaster!"

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