C’est Chaud—Re-Create Paris Hilton’s Bombshell Hair Using the Same Products

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How do you say “That’s hot” in French? In case you were wondering, it’s c’est chaud—a reminder from Paris Hilton to help us all brush up on our French. In a new commercial, NBC tapped Hilton to reveal the new Olympics logo for the 2024 Olympics, which are set to be held in Paris.

“Paris, France?” Hilton quips in the commercial. “They should change the name. It’s confusing.” After establishing that Paris, France (founded 259 BC), was, in fact, named after Hilton (born 1981), in typical Hilton fashion, she announces that she’s “sliving.”

While I’m obviously excited for the Olympic Games in 2024, something else was distracting me during the commercial: Hilton’s incredible hair. It’s tough to imagine better bombshell curls than Hilton’s here.

Celebrity hairstylist Eduardo Ponce created glamorous loose curls on Hilton using Unite Hair products exclusively, a brand Hilton has also disclosed she uses in her at-home routine. He broke down the entire gold medal–worthy look for us below. Oh, and the fact that all of the products he used were under $40? Loves it. 

“I prepped Paris’s hair with a cocktail of Boosta Volumizing Spray and 7Seconds Detangler. This is going to give you amazing heat protection and fullness.”

“Once blow-dried, I used Lé:Play Hairspray throughout prior to curling her hair. This will provide longevity and help shape the style.”

“Once the hair is curled, I used Smooth&Shine Styling Cream throughout to shape the curls and tame frizz and flyaways.”

“Finished the look with MaxControl Spray.” The strong-hold, flake-free hair spray delivers a powerful yet brushable hold and a beautiful satin finish.

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