Lady Gaga's DIY Curlers
Lady Gaga defies basically everything. She has proven you don't need to wear pants, lobster claw shoes are in, and when it comes to your hair, anything goes. She's done it all. Blonde, black, attached a faux hair telephone to her head, the works. Her ability to try anything once is exactly why we love her, no matter how crazy she looks doing it.
In her premiere of "Telephone" featuring the ever-fierce Beyoncé, we saw Gaga in an array of outfits (cigarette sunglasses? Sure, why not), one look being the old soda cans doubling up as curlers routine. No, this isn't one of Gaga's experimental beauty looks she actually does this as part of her beauty routine. Gaga was spotted at a Sydney airport this week wearing the same look! She told reporters her mom used to put soda cans in her hair to get those big, beautiful barrel curls we all envy so much. This goes to show that pioneering must run in the Gaga family. Looking for other things in your kitchen to serve as beauty products? Try these out below:
Your favorite morning perk can also help ward off cellulite. Rub grounds on your thighs, or wherever those pesky marks show up, and wrap with plastic wrap for 30 minutes. The grounds will reduce cellulite marks within a few days.
This yummy fruit is great for a face mask, but also for repairing damaged and fried hair. For a DIY deep-conditioning treatment, cut it up into small pieces and mash together with a few tablespoons of olive oil. Wash your hair as you normally would and apply the avocado mask in your hair, working it through with a comb. Let sit for 10 minutes and rinse.
We've all seen the Brady Bunch episode where tomato juice saves the day when one of the Brady boys is attacked by a skunk, but did you know it also gets rid of that weird, greenish hue your hair gets from too much pool time in the summer? Especially for lighter hair colors, chlorine can wreak havoc on your hue when its exposed to the elements too often. To keep your strands shiny, apply the juice straight from the can and work through with a comb. Let sit for 15 minutes before rinsing out.