Leslie Mann has given up dealing with her hair during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The 48-year-old actress has been self-isolating at home in the U.S. with her director husband Judd Apatow, and daughters Maude and Iris, and complained that her locks have paid a heavy price.
"I’m not doing anything to my hair because it’s a nightmare. There’s nothing I can do but pull it back. Now I have greys," she told InStyle.
The Knocked Up star said she had her colourist, Tracey Cunningham, send her an at-home dye kit, but even that failed to overhaul her hair.
"The colour only lasts for two weeks. It’s made my hair really dark, and the greys don’t grab the colour like the rest of my hair, so it doesn’t look great," she explained.
"About every three years I think I can do my hair; I dye it and it always turns orange. But I forget after every single time and do it again."
Elsewhere in the interview, she revealed that she avoids retinol in her skincare regime, and instead opts for much gentler options.
"I always do toner – I think I’ve been brainwashed to believe I have to use one. I love Beautycounter’s overnight resurfacing peel; it’s gentle. People say to use retinol, but every time I start, it irritates my skin," she shared.
And the Blockers star confessed she still uses a Christian Dior loose powder that she bought when she was 21.
"I don’t know how much it was, but I still have it. It’s in my hand right now. Is that weird? The gross thing is that I’ve used it within the last year," she laughed.
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