Secrets from the Set: Brad and Cate Share Hair Care!

03/23/2007 at 06:30 PM ET

Nice to know that new dad Brad Pitt’s not too macho to share his Kenra hair products with female co-star Cate Blanchett. While shooting The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons, “Brad loved the Platinum Silkening Mist, $12″ says the movie’s hairstylist Colleen Balaghan, who used the same product on his bewigged co-star (Cate is a redhead in the film). “I also used the Kenra Daily Provision Leave-In Conditioner, $9, on both Cate and Brad. Whether we are styling their real hair, or their wigs, they both need a light conditioner that will last and keep their hair smooth throughout filming.” Now, did he bring it home for the whole family?

For more beauty secrets of your favorite male stars, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now.

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage; Zach Lipp/AdMedia

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KT from Cda on

Finally some hair products that the stars use that isn’t over a hundred dollars.

Lyndsey on

I use these Kenra products and love them as well. This is the platinum line and it rocks. I am so pleased to know that Brad used this. There shampoo and conditioners are also the best I have used because it is specifically for color treated hair and it doesn’t strip the hair of the color it maintaines it.

R on

Wow, at that price that looks like a steal. Thanks.

luc on

I have highlighted hair ( a little dry) and I used this leave in conditioner… was not very good.

guir Tierry on


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