The burlesque beauty, Dita Von Teese has revealed that she hates visiting the hair salon and prefers to use a drugstore box dye instead.
Dita Von Teese ''can't stand salons'' and prefers to dye her hair herself.
The glamorous burlesque model has revealed that she colours her black locks using an at-home box dye because she hates visiting the hair dressers for touch ups.
Talking to InStyle magazine, Dita said:''I can't stand having my hair done in a salon - I like to dye it myself. You can do pretty much any beauty look as well as a professional if you devote the time to learning how. I use Garnier Nutrisse in a blue-black shade.
''My hair was originally blonde. In the early '90s I dyed it red, burgundy and finally black. My boyfriend at the time got a little upset, but I felt people listened to me more.''
The raven haired beauty also admitted that her signature beauty spot isn't natural either.
She told the magazine: ''I had a beauty spot tattooed on when I was 20. I originally wanted a little star but the guy in the tattoo shop talked me out of it.''
Dita, 42, added that she likes to go fresh-faced on her days off to give her skin a time-out from the heavy stage make-up she wears during performances.
She shared: ''I don't wear a lot of make-up day-to-day, just a sweep of powder and maybe some mascara. I live in sunglasses and red lipstick - that's my quick look - but if I'm not leaving the house, I'll have a no-make-up day.''
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