Hailey Bieber “swears by” prenatal supplements to keep her hair healthy and shiny.
The 28-year-old model revealed that the secret to her luscious locks is taking vitamins meant for pregnant women, while not getting your hair dyed all the time amid the COVID-19 pandemic has also worked wonders on her stunning blonde braids.
She said: “My hair is so much healthier in the wake of the pandemic. It’s because I left it on its own and haven’t dyed it in almost a year – other than touching up the front slightly – but I really don’t, don’t worry about reflections anymore.
Even so, I swear by prenatal supplements. I went through a lot of trial and error with supplements for healthy hair, but the prenatal vitamins were the most helpful. I can’t take biotin – if I do, I get really painful, deep rashes. Most of the hair supplements marketed for growth don’t work for me, so I’ve been using prenatal vitamins for some time now because they give you essential nutrients, while keeping your skin and hair looking great. “
Hailey – who is married to pop star Justin Bieber – also revealed that she is often seen with a ‘slicked back’ hairstyle because she uses a bunch of moisturizing oils and masks on her hair.
She added to SheerLuxe.com: “Hair that is slicked back day to day is my go-to style. Most of the time it’s because I have about four different oils or masks and I like to let them sit. “I’ll be applying fillers – castor oil, coconut oil and also Christophe Robin’s beautiful nourishing formulas. I like to load my hair with moisturizers, put it in a bun for two days and let it all absorb.”
Meanwhile, Hailey recently revealed that she tried to follow a locked out plant-based diet.
Alec Baldwin’s niece decided quarantine would be a good time to change her diet, and although she left the herbal option for eight weeks, it wasn’t for her.
She said, “I tried an herbal diet for two months in my forties. I felt good and had a lot of energy, but it wasn’t for me. I don’t eat strictly plant-based and still do eat meat. I don’t eat much of it. I picked up more fish, greens, and lentils. “