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7 Weird Celebrity Hair Hacks You Should Totally Copy

Want to know how Solange Knowles keep her impressive mane looking so, well, impressive? We'll tell you
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We all have our own little beauty tricks we do as part of our tried and tested routine... and some of the stranger ones, we probably wouldn't necessarily want to admit. But these celebrities revealed their weirdest hair secrets for the entire world to know and use — and we can't wait to try them ourselves.

Yes, they might make hundreds of thousands dollars in a week, but they still have amazing hair hacks that you don't need to be a millionaire to copy. Want to know what they are? Keep reading.

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Suki Waterhouse uses Coca-Cola to rinse her hair

If your hair just doesn't look the way you want it to after you've given it a shampoo, then you're not alone. The model revealed to US Weekly that she sometimes rinses her hair with Coca-Cola. "I don't like my hair when it's washed — it's fine and limp — but Coca-Cola makes it tousled, like I've gone through the Amazon or something," she explained.

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Blake Lively uses mayonnaise as a hair mask

The former "Gossip Girl" actress says she learned this sandwich-friendly hair hack from her mother in order to strengthen her hair. "My mom taught me this really great beauty tip. She used to put oil or mayonnaise on the bottom half of her hair before she would shower," said Lively, in an interview with Byrdie. "That way, when she would shampoo, the soap wouldn't strip the bottom of the hair and dry it out, making it brittle."

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Catherine Zeta-Jones moisturizes her hair with beer

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Zeta-Jones revealed that she makes her own homemade recipe for a hair conditioner: beer mixed with honey! "I do condition my hair with honey and beer," she said. "I smell like the bottom of a beer barrel for days afterward, but it's very good for the hair." You can also use beer as a rinse if you're looking for a simpler option.

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Nicole Kidman suggests using champagne or cranberry juice to wash your hair

The "Big Little Lies actress" says cranberry juice can help make your color last. "If you have red hair, try washing it in cranberry juice, and if you're blonde, a champagne rinse can work wonders," she said to Longevity.

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