Holly Willoughby’s hair stylist has revealed the shampoo she uses for her perfect blonde locks and it’s only £6.50

HOLLY Willoughby's hair stylist has revealed the shampoo that she uses to maintain her perfect blonde locks – and it's only £6.50.

According to Ciler Peksah, Holly swears by the chemical, sulphate and paraben-free Faith in Nature’s Grapefruit & Orange Shampoo.

"Sulphate-free shampoos are especially beneficial for dry and coloured hair," Clier said.

"Sulphates can strip out natural moisture, and given that colouring hair can be drying, and environmental effects can also cause dryness and frizz, we need as much help as we can get from the products we use."

The all-natural shampoo consists of a blend of grapefruit and organic orange essential oils to help cleanse and refresh greasy hair.

Ciler also shared her favourite styling products on her Wylde Moon lifestyle website, and suggested using texture spray if you have shorter hair, with the Morrocanoil Dry Texture Spray or the Pantene Waterless Perfectly Undone Texturising Sugar Hair Spray her top picks.

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For longer hair, Ciler is a big fan of the Amika Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Volume Spray.

But if you can't stretch to the £20 spray, you might want to try the John Frieda Volume Lift Fine to Full Blow Out Styling Spray – which costs just £6.99.

Ciler also suggests sleeping in a silk hair wrap or bonnet to protect the hair during the night.

While Holly is known for her bright blonde bob, she previously told Cosmopolitan magazine that her natural hair colour if much more mousy.

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"It's that kind of in between, nondescript colour,” she said.

“Definitely not a nice brown, or I probably would have stuck with that.

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“My whole family are brunettes – my mum had almost black hair. Really beautiful, light eyes, black hair, gorgeous.

“And I just had this sort of mousy slightly nothing-y coloured hair."

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