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Are you washing your hair wrong? The Aussie Rapunzel shares her simple shampoo and conditioner tips


Why you’re washing your hair WRONG: The Aussie Rapunzel with metre-long locks shares her shampoo and conditioner secrets for oily hair

  • A model has revealed how to ‘correctly’ wash your hair to remove oil  
  • The 23-year-old dubbed ‘The Aussie Rapunzel’ shared the tips on TikTok 
  • She recommends lathering shampoo between your hands before applying 
  • You should also ‘ring out’nwater from your hair before applying conditioner


A young model who has grown her luscious locks a staggering one-metre long has revealed how to ‘correctly’ wash your hair to remove oils and boost growth.

The 23-year-old from Sydney, who calls herself ‘The Aussie Rapunzel’, says you should lather shampoo between your hands first and ‘ring out’ excess water before applying conditioner.

The hair ‘hacks’ were shared in her latest TikTok videos, which have since racked up more than 2.5million views. 

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‘The Aussie Rapunzel’ (pictured) says you should lather shampoo between your hands before smearing it on the scalp and ‘ring out’ excess water before applying conditioner

Rather than applying the product directly onto her roots, she massaged it between her hands for a few seconds then ran it through her hair

She claims this 'breaks down all oils and dirt', leaving the hair feeling fresher for longer

Rather than applying the product directly onto her roots, she massaged it between her hands for a few seconds then ran it through her hair

‘If you have super oily hair, you might be shampooing incorrectly,’ she said in one clip. 

Rather than applying the product directly onto her roots, she massaged it between her hands for a few seconds then ran it through her hair.

She claims this ‘breaks down all oils and dirt’, leaving the hair feeling fresher for longer.

‘A lot of people don’t do this but it’s such a simple thing that can be a game changer,’ she said.

‘Most have found this to be more effective for eliminating oily hair than directly applying it.’

In a separate video, she shared a lesser-known tip when conditioning your hair.

While in the shower you should always ‘ring out’ the water from the ends before applying the product.

The Aussie Rapunzel claims this allows the conditioner to ‘penetrate’ the strands and leave the hair feeling ‘soft and silky’.

‘I also leave my conditioner on for at least three minutes,’ she said in the clip.

You should always 'ring out' the water from the ends before applying the product

The Aussie Rapunzel claims this allows the conditioner to 'penetrate' the strands and leave the hair feeling 'soft and silky'

You should always ‘ring out’ the water from the ends before applying the product. The Aussie Rapunzel claims this allows the conditioner to ‘penetrate’ the strands and leave the hair feeling ‘soft and silky’

The Aussie Rapunzel previously told FEMAIL it takes 30 minutes to wash her hair and prefers to dry it naturally which often takes between three to four hours

The Aussie Rapunzel previously told FEMAIL it takes 30 minutes to wash her hair and prefers to dry it naturally which often takes between three to four hours

The Aussie Rapunzel previously told FEMAIL it takes 30 minutes to wash her hair and prefers to dry it naturally which often takes between three to four hours. 

She admits her haircare is ‘high maintenance’ as she has to be ‘gentle and patience’ when brushing it and also implements heatless hair styling tactics found on social media. 

‘My hair is actually very heavy so it’s hard to style but my go-to hairstyles are a slick back ponytail or recently I have been trying heat-less curls using a robe tie to curl my hair,’ she said.

The trick involves wrapping damp hair around a thin robe tie and leaving it to set for a few hours to create the curl formation.

‘The results are amazing and it is the only way I can get curls to hold all day.’

What shampoos does The Aussie Rapunzel recommend?

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