Be prepared to feel incredibly jealous of Kendall Jenner.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians lady has confessed her biggest hair woe – and it’s basically not a woe at all.
Speaking to Vogue, the 19-year-old confessed that she doesn’t even know the meaning of frizz, as her hair is just that perfect.
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When asked where she likes to get her blow-dries, Kendall said: ‘I’m lucky enough to have the straightest hair ever. I don’t wake up in the morning and have frizz, it’s just easy hair, so I wouldn’t know.’
‘I get my blow-dries done by the best hairstylists in the world on photo shoots, so I actually have no idea!’
Pfft. It’s alright for some! It’s not the first time she’s complained about her super silky tresses, either.
In a recent website post entitled Hair DO: Texture Hack, Kendall revealed that her locks can sometimes look (wait for it) a little bit TOO on-point. *Sigh*. It’s a tough life, eh?
She wrote: ‘My hair is straight and silky and almost too healthy sometimes.
‘I’m not complaining, but sometimes it’s tough to style. I’m always craving texture. When I’m backstage or on set, the hair stylist barely makes a fuss but still makes it look amazing. I’m like: “How’d you do that???”‘
Yep. Kendall is actually peeved that her mane is in such good condition.
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So how does she combat this, er, ‘problem’?
The 20-year-old ended up asking her stylist for advice, who taught her to use sea salt to texturise her glossy brunette ‘do.
In case you’re wondering, her favourite is the San Francisco Salt Company Calspa Pacific Sea Salt.
Kendall was then advised to finish off her look with a hairdryer (the professional Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000, obvs), a brush and five to 10 kirby grips.
So what exactly is the method she goes through to get a rough’n’ready style?
First, she washes her hair. Next she adds the salt, brushes it and blow dries. Kendall then sprays either Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray or Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray and massages it into her scalp.
The kirby grips are used to secure her hair into a low bun for 10 minutes, during which she continuously scrunches it. She finishes by taking her bun dow – and voilà.
If only it were that simple for all of us…