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BEAUTY IN THE KITCHEN
At the age of 12, her mom gave her a book of beauty recipes for hair and skin. “Everything was organic and stuff that we already had in the kitchen”, she recalls. To this day the actress is a huge fan of natural beauty treatments.
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“Overripe avocados are perfect. You mash them up with a little olive oil, and let the mixture sit on your hair for 30 minutes. It makes me hungry, so I usually end up rinsing it out too soon."
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SHOFTNESS AND SHINE
“Once a month I rinse my hair with white vinegar and warm water to restore the pH balance to my strands.”
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“I did this as a girl when I was living in the Dominican Republic. You soak hair with rum, then go out in the sun.”
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“Put your hair in a ponytail and blot a bit of olive oil on the ends. Your hair just sucks in all that moisture.”
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A TOUCH OF WARMTH
“Apply a mix of equal parts beet juice and lemon juice to your hair, then sit in the sun. You get stunning reddish highlights.”
¿A qué olía Jackie Kennedy?