The Best Hair Care Tips from Lucy Hale, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and More Celebrities

Hollywood’s A-listers have access to some of the best hairstylists–and luckily for us, they’re willing to share the tips and tricks they’ve picked up over the years. So if you’re looking to learn how to French braid like Karlie Kloss or do an at-home blowout like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, you’re in luck, as we’ve collected their best hair care advice. Here, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Kristen Bell and more reveal their beauty secrets.

Karlie Kloss

For model Karlie Kloss it’s all about starting with clean hair. “My favorite hair day starts with washing it at night, going to bed with it air-dried, slightly damp and then waking up the next morning with really good bed head texture,” she says. “A bit messed up, not too perfect, but kind of sexy texture; it feels very French. I love a good sea salt spray or dry shampoo, and I love to do a French braid. I do a mean French braid!”

Kristen Bell

On a good hair day, Frozen actress Kristen Bell relies on Oribe Swept Up Volume Powder Spray, Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer, and Ibiza hair brush. But when she’s on the go she loves dry shampoo. “Klorane Dry Shampoo when I don’t have time to wash my hair.”

Iris Law

The trick to Burberry model Iris Law‘s healthy hair is a minimalist routine. “Sometimes I do coconut oil over night, but generally I don’t do anything,” she says. “Sometimes I prefer my hair when I have a shower and put it up in a towel and leave it so I goes a bit wavy, but I think my hair just does it’s own thing.”

Lucy Hale

For actress Lucy Hale, “A day old hair wash, Kristin Ess Style Reviving Dry Shampoo and Dry Finish Working Texture Spray when needed” is the key to her effortless waves.

Ashley Benson

The secret to keeping actress Ashley Benson‘s hair fresh is dry shampoo. “I love Oribe, especially the dry shampoo if you don’t have time to wash your hair. It really works well for me, because I have extensions from time to time so it helps make everything look really fresh.”

Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie‘s routine consists of “washing my hair with Kevin Murphy’s Young.Again.Wash shampoo & conditioner and Honest Beauty’s Truly Restored Leave-In Conditioner.”

Andie MacDowell

Actress and model Andie MacDowell protects her color by using “a moisturizing mask or balm at least once a week.”

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley loves an at home blowout if she has time. If not, it’s all about a headband. “A good hair for me would start with having washed it the night before,” she says. “Right now I’m using shampoo from Sachajuan, and then I’ll blow dry my hair and flip my head upside down and take a big round brush and blow it out. You can do a very mini version of a hairdressing salon blow out that way. If I’ve got time, I’ll run a tong through my hair, it’s called the Beachwaver by Sarah Potempa and that’s just foolproof, and I use the new Dyson hairdryer, which is an investment hairdryer, but it’s amazing product and so easy to use. If not, one my favorite things is these Michel Maison headbands, and you stick them on top of your head and you roll your hair into it and you get this beautiful Grecian look. It’s great if just need that quick, easy up do.”

Bianca Balti

Italian beauty Bianca Balti shares her go to product revealing that, “L’Oréal Botanicals Fresh Care Coriander Strength Source is my favorite product. I apply a few drops on my hair strips to protect from daily stress that it goes through when I am working.”

Jasmine Tookes

For Victoria’s Secret Angel Jasmine Tookes, good hair starts with clean hair, adding, “I use Moroccanoil Treatment when I get out of the shower.”