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Celebrity shampoos: Home-care products the rich and famous swear by


By Aisling Keenan
14th Oct 2019
Celebrity shampoos: Home-care products the rich and famous swear by

Celebrity shampoos aren’t always mega-expensive, but you can be sure if a celeb is going on about it, that it’ll be good. These three are going on my shopping list straight away…


Sure, they spend thousands on (probably) private hairdressers that come to their home, apply mask after mask and give them super regular cuts, but working mothers like Victoria Beckham and Kate Hudson are likely to – at least sometimes – wash their own hair. Here’s what they’re using.

VICTORIA BECKHAM

 

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Victoria told Into The Gloss recently that her home hair care obsession is Oribe. Their prices are certainly celeb-appropriate, with one bottle of shampoo starting at about €45, but if we end up with hair like VB, do we mind spending?celebrity shampoos

Oribe Shampoo For Beautiful Colour

€47 from spacenk.com

KATE HUDSON

 

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She’s apparently a big fan of cult brand Davines, favouring their OI shampoo. Suitable for all kinds of hair, it’s really reasonable at less than €25 for a bottle.

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Davines OI Absolute Beautifying Shampoo

€22.50 from Millies.ie

TARAJI P HENSON

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Rumour has it, Taraji opts for natural brand Aveda when choosing what to cleanse her hair with. The one she loves, Shampure, strengthens and fortifies the hair as it cleans.

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Aveda Shampure

€18.50 from aveda.eu


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