and now that team McGee is getting back into the swing of long filming days for Dream Home Makeover Season 3, we’re all sharing our best-kept hair secrets. Since the launch of our show on Netflix, we’ve gotten quite a few questions about Shea’s hair, and today, she’s sharing her step-by-step routine!
Keep scrolling to read about Shea’s hair routine and shop her favorite hair-care products:
Typically, I wash/condition my hair with the Olaplex 4 and 5 Shampoo and Conditioner, but lately, I’ve been following a slightly different routine, and my hair has felt so much healthier. My sister-in-law, who is a hairstylist and does my hair for the show, taught me this trick, and I might never go back!
First, I wash my hair with the Olaplex Shampoo, but I don’t condition it. Then, I towel dry my hair with an Aquis hair towel, brush out the tangles with a wet brush, apply the K18Hair mask, wait 4 minutes, and apply the Olaplex number 6 bond smoother. Both steps are key!
I let my hair air dry as long as possible and then blow-dry the rest with the Dyson Hairdryer, using the Wet Brush Professional Quick Dry. Then, I pin my hair up in sections with a claw, starting from underneath and working my way to the top of my head.
I use the 1.5″ T3 interchangeable barrel wand to curl it and finish it off with a teeny bit of the Olaplex oil. I don’t use hairspray every day, but I like the Sebastian Reshaper Hairspray when I need it!
Last but not least, I finish it off with this hair perfume that makes my hair smell so good.
My hair is naturally wavy, so the best way to get the just-stepped-off-the-beach look for me is to brush through my hair once after I shower/mask and then sleep on it, so it doesn’t get as frizzy.
In the morning, I smooth over or reshape a few of the crazy pieces using a flat iron and finish it off with a little oil. I don’t have a specific one, because mine is really old, but it does the trick!
I brush through my hair with the Mason Pearson Popular brush every night and morning. It redistributes the oils and reduces my use of dry shampoo. It’s crazy because right after I brush my hair with it my hair looks a little staticky, but then it settles in such a pretty way.
For days when I do use dry shampoo, I use the Drybar dry shampoo. When my hair needs a lot of refreshing, I use the Drybar double Shot Brush Dryer. I also hear that Revlon’s One-step is just as good for a fraction of the price!
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