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."
In her first interview since Lemonadegate, Roy taked about—what else?—her hair.
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.
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.
Good to know: Jay Z prefers an oily scalp to a dry one.