‘Alesha Dixon hair inspiration’ may not yet be trending on social media, but the All Things Hair team unanimously believes that it should be! And we have to admit, the former popstar has been a firm hair-favourite of ours ever since her days in R&B girl group, Mis-Teeq (you remember them, right?). But why has the topic of ‘Alesha Dixon hair’ been popping up on our radar as of late?
We were pleasantly surprised when we found out that Ms Dixon was featured in InStyle magazine for the latest November issue – and we’ll bet you’ve never seen her like this before! So, take a look at the incredible shoot below, but be warned: major hair envy is sure to follow.
The ‘Alesha Dixon hair’ that we think is super refreshing!
For the UK edition of the magazine, the former Strictly Come Dancing winner wears her short hair casually pulled back into a ponytail. Set in relaxed country surroundings, the fashion shoot shows Alesha getting back to basics, posing with natural materials, as well as in a field with farm animals! We must say, it’s a very different image from the one she projects as a Britain’s Got Talent judge. Credit: @aleshaofficial
Editor’s tip: Want to know how to nail ‘Alesha Dixon hair’ when it comes to your own locks? Black hair has a tendency to become dry and brittle as the curly structure of the strands makes it harder for oils to travel down the hair and keep it moisturised. So, make sure you keep your tresses nice and conditioned, to help avoid damaged locks! An easy way to do this is to use a nourishing hair oil – and we just love the Dove Advanced hair Series Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment (£6.99*) to get the job done. This hair oil is infused with African macadamia oil and its lightweight, non-greasy formula, instantly helps replenish lipids, add shine and soften your hair.
‘Alesha Dixon hair’ got you hungry for more #hairspiration? Then don’t forget to check our Black Hairstyles, Braids and Natural Hair Care pages, will you? These are just bursting with amazing ideas for your beautiful tresses!
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