Friday, 22 July 2022

Julia Roberts or how to embrace your curly hair beyond 50

If she recently debuted a new brown hair color, Julia Roberts is once again giving us a beauty lesson at Cannes on how to embrace our curly hair at 50.


The actress Julia Roberts has shone again at the Cannes Festival on and off the red carpet and this time she has done it in the most flattering way with her iconic mane of curls that made us dream in the 90s. In addition to saying goodbye to her blonde highlights and opting for a hazelnut brown, one of the hair colors that suits her best, the actress has now said goodbye to straight hair, embracing her naturally curly hair in all its splendor and wearing the best version of her mane.


Because who can forget Julia Roberts' dreamy, unforgettable curls in Pretty Woman or Sleeping With Her Enemy? That long hair was and is everyone's dream and now she is bringing it back showing that she is more up-to-date and more inspiring than ever. The question is how to get those elastic and spectacular curls and we give you the best keys to her curly method.


More hydration and mask

Well, the basis of showing off curly hair like that of Julia Roberts at 50 is in how we take care of them on a daily basis with products appropriate to our needs. And if you have curly hair, you should already know that it is more prone to dehydration and even more so if you have it dyed like Julia Roberts. Therefore, during washing, it is advisable to bet on shampoos and conditioners that provide hydration and incorporate the use of masks into our routine once a week.


Become a fan of the finishing products

Curly hair like Julia Roberts also has its own needs that require specific finishing products to define the curls. For this reason, as Charo GarcĂ­a, from Ilitia Beauty & Science, explains to us, "we must resort to products that provide moisture and nutrition and that have ingredients such as coconut oil and a trick to show off curls as beautiful as those of the actress is apply a little oil from the middle to the ends before applying the finishing product, and another is not to let the excess water in your hair get absorbed when you get out of the shower and apply the curl cream or mousse to prevent the frizz and bouncy, shiny curls.


Care for your curls at the hairdresser

Curly hair tends to dry out by its very nature, so this must be taken into account when we dye or change color. "When we apply highlights or dye curly hair, we must be very rigorous with the care we carry out at home, also carry out treatments in the salon every month or two months to hydrate and regenerate. This is so because curly hair is drier and if we also dye it, we dry it out even more. In these cases, coloring based on mud or organic oils is highly recommended, since they damage the fiber less because they provide part of the protein that is lost during the coloring process. They are preferable dyes without ammonia and applied to the root, without reaching the ends", recommends Raquel Saiz from the Blue salon.


No two curls are the same

As for the type of curls, there are no exact curls because of factors such as climate, hair thickness, pollution, etc. They must be taken into account when caring for our curly hair. And to eliminate frizz, we must first know if its cause is due to lack of hydration or because the hair has weakened due to loss of the natural protein that it is composed of.

"Knowing the true cause will make us give it the right solution and one of the most effective hair treatments is enzyme therapy that eliminates frizz, adds shine, and replenishes the fiber from the inside", Rafael Bueno, from Rafael Bueno Peluqueros assures us. . So it is not surprising that the actress put into action each and every one of these tricks and tips to show off the best version of her curls at 54 years old.


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