Jenna Dewan Tatum Says She Only Uses ONE Product To Get Her Perfect Tousled Beach Waves
By Emily Rekstis |
Celebrities are always changing up their hair color and playing with different shades, Jenna Dewan Tatum included. However, lately she’s kept it pretty much the same color with some subtle highlights added in here and there.
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That doesn’t mean she isn’t craving something drastic. When talking with Glamour at the Young Living Essential Oils event, she revealed the next big thing she wants to do to her hair. “One of these days I want to go platinum blond,” she told the online magazine. “I’m just afraid it’s going to ruin my hair. It takes so long to get back to your base after that.”
To take the color for a test drive before she commits to hair damage for the sake of beauty, she tells them she might try it out with a wig first. “I’m seeing that that’s very popular.” Ideally, the wig would be a short, straight bob. “You’ll see me on a red carpet soon and be like, ‘Uh-huh, there she is.’”
Blonde hair or not, Dewan Tatum regularly rocks chic, messy waves. Her secret? “Jen Atkin’s Ouai Wave Spray. I can’t live without it,” she spills. “I get out of the shower, I spray it in my hair, and I scrunch my ends up. That’s all I do with my hair, that’s how magical that product is.” She further gushes that she can even apply it to dry hair and scrunch to get “cool piecey-ness.”
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She didn’t just talk hair. She also revealed what she does to relax. After all, the actress is also a wife and mom, we can only imagine the chaos. To unwind, she says she uses essential oils. “I grab lavender oil or cedar wood oil —or a combination of those with a tranquil blend—and slather them all over my body, from literally head to toe.” When she says head to toe, she really means it. She explains that she puts them on her chest and even the soles of her feet. If she’s not directly applying them, she diffuses them in her room.
Now if you’ll just excuse us while we jot down some notes.