10 Super Hot Celebs Who Don’t Wash Their Hair Everyday
Any good hairdresser knows that the secret to healthy hair is to not wash it everyday. Some celebrities are totally on board with this and they still have super amazing hair, which makes us want to try it! Here are 10 super hot celebs who are breaking with tradition and not washing their hair everyday:
10. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian is surprisingly low maintenance when it comes to her hair. She told fans on her website that she only shampoos twice a week! “I only shampoo it twice a week to prevent it from drying out,” she wrote. In November 2015, she told KBeautyHair her tricks for dealing with dirty hair without having to wash it: “I usually wash my hair maybe every 3-5 days and on the third or fourth day I’ll do a slicked-back ponytail. I get my hair super straight first with our ceramic iron.” Sounds like something we need to try!
9. Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston has some of the best hair in Hollywood and she only shampoos two to three times a week. She told Allure magazine, “I’ll use a little bit of the Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Shampoo on my roots on the second day after I’ve shampooed.” Her hair routine is actually surprising simple and only takes 15 minutes! “Yesterday it took me 15 minutes to get up, get my hair done, and go,” she said. “I honestly just blow-dry it with my fingers around my hairline, and then I get the roots set, and then I’ll let the rest of the hair air-dry.”
8. Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried only washes her hair once a week. She relies on dry shampoo to make it work. “I don’t really wash my hair much. In the long run, it’s better for my hair to not constantly be shampooed,” she told Allure. “I do use dry shampoo; I can’t live without it – I would have to wash it all the time. My favorite is Kevin Murphy, and I’ve tried them all. The smell blows my mind.”
7. Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow stopped washing her hair with shampoo because she was worried about sodium lauryl sulphate, which is found in shampoo, and its links to organ toxicity and even cancers.
6. Jessica Simpson
Jessica only washes her hair two to three times a month. Her hairdresser, Ken Pave, is the one who advised her to do this. According to an insider, Jessica hides greasy hair with hats or clip-on extensions or dry shampoo.
5. Cindy Crawford
Cindy Crawford doesn’t wash her hair everyday anymore. “I don’t wash my hair as much as I used to, only two or three times a week. I have a blow dryer and I will get blowouts, but it can break easier so I learned how to make it last for three days – I pin it up when I sleep or I will pin it up when I work out,” she said. “We talk about that with the Meaningful Beauty Skin Softening Cleanser too. You don’t want to take all of the moisture out just to put it back in.”
Adele doesn’t use shampoo – instead she just rinses her hair with water. She believes that this increases its volume. She reportedly uses baking soda on occasion as a hair cleanser because it makes her hair more manageable.
3. Miranda Kerr
Miranda Kerr has some of the most beautiful hair in the modeling business and she keeps it looking lovely by washing it every other day. “I wash my hair every second day with Clear and then I like to get head massages,” she said. “I also rinse my hair with cold water after I’ve shampooed and conditioned, because it closes the hair shaft and makes it really shiny. So I feel like that’s a good tip. And as I said, getting a head massage is really nice.”
2. Jaime King
Jaime King likes to keep things simple – she only washes her hair her hair once or twice a week. “I don’t wash my hair a lot – I wash it maybe once or twice a week. People think you need to wash it all of the time, but it’s just not the case. I’m very into simple, fundamental things,” she said.
1. Gigi Hadid
To keep her hair healthy, Gigi Hadid doesn’t wash it everyday. I don’t wash my hair every day, which is what keeps it healthy because that way it doesn’t dry out,” she told Into The Gloss. To combat the dirty hair look, she will put her hair into a bun or ponytail. “If it’s in a bun, I’ll part it down the middle and do a low bun with a couple pieces in the front coming down. If it’s a ponytail, it’s usually a high ponytail, and I’ll slick it back because that’s easy when you have dirty hair – it looks intentional rather than dirty,” she said.