Becky with the Good Hair finally revealed the hair care routine that let her steal Beyoncé's man.

Becky with the Good Hair finally revealed the hair care routine that let her steal Beyoncé's man.
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Becky with the Good Hair, Jay Z's mystery mistress Beyoncé sings about her song "Sorry" (it might be called "Sorry," but she ain't sorry) is all-but-confirmed to Rachel Roy. The designer posted an Instagram with a cryptic caption after the album's release, declaring, "Good hair don't care."

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In her first interview since Lemonadegate, Roy taked about—what else?—her hair.

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Somehow this hair wasn't enough for Jay.
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Becky/Rachel broke down her regimen in beauty magazine Into the Gloss:

I only colored my hair once, and I regretted it. You really have to make a commitment to maintain it. At that point, I just wanted to know what I would look like as a light brunette, but it wasn’t a good look for me. Now I go to Tracey Cunningham for a gloss, to brighten it, and then someone at her salon Mèche cuts it.

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On occasion, I do get oil treatments where they put oil on your scalp row by row and then massage you for 30 minutes. It’s amazing because my scalp gets dry. That’s why I only wash my hair about once a week. I’m a dry shampoo girl because of that. I can get a blowout to last me a whole week. If I get it styled, I like braids or a ponytail. I like it done really high and tight because it gives your face a little lift.

So basically, all it takes is some oil treatments and dry shampoo to eclipse Beyoncé for a hot sec.

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Good to know: Jay Z prefers an oily scalp to a dry one.

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