Vogue France recently published an article titled "Chevelure de rêve: Clara Berry, Emili Sindlev, et Emmanuelle Koffi nous partagent leurs secrets d'influenceuses" in which they interviewed three influencers known for their radiant hair on their routine and care. V Girls Clara Berry, known for her long and flowing brown hair, and Emmanuelle Koffi, known for her preppy girl style and bouncy curls, eagerly shared their ultimate hair tips and secrets for those who wanted to know.
In three words, how would you define your beauty look?
Clara: Natural, authentic, and wild.
Emmanuelle: Delicate, elegant, and fresh.
What is your go-to product for bad hair days?
Clara: To be honest, I just put them in a sloppy bun or do random little braids, and that's it!
Which brush is your favourite?
Clara: I like bristle brushes or boar bristles since they are more flexible and prevent static electricity while detangling. Brushes with rough bristles and little balls is not recommended since they cling to knots and tug and damage the hair. I purchased my Wet Brush one from London Drugs.
Emmanuelle: The Tangle Teezer is the greatest brush for gentle brushing that I've tried. The tiny and flexible pins are ideal for detangling damp or dry hair.
Any grandmother/family secrets for beautiful hair?
Clara: I prefer to sleep with hair care that I make myself at least once a week. I'm now working on an oil that has helped my hair growth after pregnancy because, yes, I did lose a lot of hair, and it was really noticeable. But I'm not giving up and I'm excited to share this with you shortly since my regrowth has been great.
Emmanuelle: To hydrate my dry hair, I spread out the shampoos as much as possible to avoid damaging the lengths, especially the ends.
What do you believe is the best beauty response for accelerating hair growth?
Clara: The Berry Potion will be available shortly! But of course, trimming your hair on a regular basis is usually a good idea.
Emmanuelle: I try to prevent breaking my hair as much as possible in order for it to grow. A silk pillowcase is a small but significant change, it prevents static electricity and keeps the hair hydrated!
Any tips for caring for your hair in the winter, despite the cold and rain?
Clara: I frequently wear caps and hats... It keeps me warm while also taming my mane.
Emmanuelle: In addition to moisturising them as much as possible, I take a course of dietary supplements in the winter to keep my hair healthy and ensure it has all the nutrients it needs to develop.