Ashley Tisdale is and always will be a fasion icon. Her effortless style is covetable and her easygoing attitude is enviable. Want to know what else we covet and envy on Ashley Tisdale? Her hair! Yes, you heard me. We, at Feeling The Vibe, love Ashley’s blond locks and found out how you, too, can get it!
After watching Inner Circle last week, I quickly researched the ex-High School Musical star’s go-to hair products and came up with a few good tricks that will surely take you from a bad hair day to something, well, better, in a few minutes.
First thing you want to do is get your hands on some UNITE hair products. Although it is not clear which products Ashley uses, she was recently seen leaving a Hollywood salon with many, many products from the line. If Ashley uses it, it must be good, right?
We did find a couple UNITE products we would like to share with you.
Next thing you’ll want to do is get some Shine Booster Shampoo and Shine Booster Conditioner. The Shine Booster Shampoo will add moisture to your hair whereas the conditioner helps treat coloring and gives you that silky shine we all covet.
Finally, splurge on Kerastase Nutritive Oleo-Relax Serum, . This product is regularly $40, but we managed to find a great deal of $25! Ashley swears by it and has said some pretty good things about this product. “I think I came across Kerastase Nutritive Oleo-Relax Serum, ($40) at a salon maybe seven years ago–I’ve been using it for years! My hair’s super dry from being dyed so many shades of blonde, not to mention brunette, and bleached and styled. And I’m not great with oils (putting MoroccanOil on my hair actually made my face break out), but this has the same effect without affecting my skin. I put it on when I get out of the shower and let it air dry. No matter what climate I’m in–dry desert heat, humidity–the serum tames my hair so it’s not nearly as frizzy as it would be otherwise. I actually like that it doesn’t have a smell, and since I have such thick hair I can really pile it on. Someone with straight, thin hair should probably only use a tiny bit.”