Have you heard the news? L'Oréal Professionnel recently announced its newest brand ambassador, model Hailey Baldwin. To celebrate the exciting news, we're sharing a few of Hailey's beauty secrets-like how she always manages to have the most beautiful, brilliant blonde hair below!
Get to Know Hailey Baldwin
Known for her incredible sense of style-easily transitioning from a leather jacket and sneakers to fierce, figure-hugging gowns-Hailey Baldwin is a serious It Girl. But, while her outfits range from urban chic to ultra-feminine, one thing remains the same: that beautiful, born-with-it blonde! "Blonde reminds me of my hair color as a child. It symbolizes innocence and truthfulness. I often ask my hair colorist to go blond," she tells us.
Her Must-Have Products
When blonde is your signature shade you know the importance of giving your locks major TLC in order to keep your color vibrant and shiny. Hailey is a big believer in using hair care products formulated with oils to keep her blonde hair looking its best. "I can't live without my Mythic Oil Crème Universelle with its delicious Argan and almond oil fragrance," she says. "I use it to relax my hair after a shoot, or as a hair cream before styling."
Get Hair Like Hailey
Want to rock the gorgeous style Hailey does in her inaugural L'Oréal Professionnel shoot? This healthy-looking, slightly tousled blonde style is actually incredibly easy to achieve! What we love about this look is its sophisticated middle part and how easily it can transition from a day at the office to drinks with the girls.
You'll want your hairdresser to cut your locks into a blunt cut just below the shoulder with a few long, face-framing layers. This helps to give the illusion of thicker-looking hair-even when you don't have it! Next, wash and condition your hair with a hydrating shampoo and conditioner, because freshly washed locks will help you get volume like Hailey. Do as Hailey does and distribute a bit of of Mythic Oil Crème Universelle throughout damp strands and blow-dry on the lowest settling with a round, natural-bristle brush. Finally, using a curling iron to create subtle bends throughout and to curl the face-framing layers away from the face for that ultra-cool vibe.