This Monday, we woke up to the glorious raven locks of Pretty Little Liars‘ star Lucy Hale, who seems to have ditched her blonde do in favor of her original roots. Truth be told, the ashen color job definitely added some spunk and edge to the actress’ otherwise cutesy, pretty look, but as we’ve stated already, darker strands make your hair appear thicker and healthier, so between black and blonde, always pick the former, we say!

Lucy Prompts A Little Hair Tip: If you plan to get your hair colored, make note that darker hues are more forgiving and can make even raggedy ends look tamed. Also, once you’ve colored your hair, your tresses need some extra TLC. Opt for a shampoo-conditioner combo that contains nourishing ingredients and pick products formulated specifically for colored locks. Lastly, you should indulge in an at-home hair spa, once every two weeks.

Ellie’s Secret Recipe For Healthier Hair
Goulding was also spotted showing off her tresses with pride. The singer took to Instagram to post: “I swear since I went veggie bout two years ago my hair just grows and grows, it used to sort of just stay the same length.” It’s been two years now that Ellie traded in her meats for veggies, and truth be told, diet plays a very important role in the health of your skin and hair.

Goulding Prompts A Little Hair Tip
Eat your way to lustrous locks by including foods that are rich in zinc, iron, protein, vitamin B, and fatty acids, all of which are essential for hair growth. Make note that if you are okay with seafood, then The Secret To Perfect Tresses Lies At The Bottom Of This Fish Barrel.

Image Coutesy: Ellie Goulding/Instagram and Lucy Hale/Instagram

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