Cindy Crawford was having some fun on Monday.
The Nineties icon – who is still very much an influencer today – shared with InStyle that her model daughter Kaia Gerber ‘stole’ her lush locks.
And the Vogue cover girl added she ‘wants them back.’
‘I look at my daughter and notice that her hair is shiny and healthy looking — she has my old hair, and I want it back!’ said Crawford.
Crawford added that Gerber’s hair inspired her Age-Proof Hair Care System for her Meaningful Beauty line.
Hair-larious! Cindy Crawford was having some fun on Monday. The Nineties icon – who is still very much an influencer today – shared with InStyle that her model daughter Kaia Gerber ‘stole’ her lush locks; seen in 2021
The hair is perfect: Gerber arrives at the 2nd Annual Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Gala at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles in October
‘That became my new passion for Meaningful Beauty — to address not only my aging hair but to bring a solution to the market for the many other women out there experiencing these aging hair issues. And we did it,’ Crawford admitted.
‘Everyone tells you your skin will age, but no one tells you your hair will age too,’ Crawford shared with the fashion publication.
‘I think we all expect to get gray hair, but I wasn’t aware that the texture was going to change, it was going to become more brittle, it was going to shed more, and basically just be lackluster.’
Crawford also looked back.
‘Well — I loved ’90s hair — the bigger, the better. But all that back-combing wasn’t necessarily kind to one’s hair.
‘To this day, I still like a great blowout with a round brush and then Velcro rollers. It gives you some volume and soft, shiny waves — I call it the Madison Avenue blowout,’ she explained.
Last week Cindy showed off her lustrous mane of hair in a sexy video on social media.
The supermodel looked much younger than her 56 years as she tousled her hair, while promoting her ‘#MBhairgoals’ for her Meaningful Beauty line.
Hair duel: ‘I look at my daughter and notice that her hair is shiny and healthy looking — she has my old hair, and I want it back!’ said Crawford. Crawford added that Gerber’s hair inspired her Age-Proof Hair Care System for her Meaningful Beauty line
The hair is heavenly: Crawford modeling Calvin Klein during New York Fashion Week circa 1992 in New York. Kaia right at the Celine show in December
The runway veteran looked stylish in a black sweater top with a low V-neck, black slacks and pumps.
Cindy sat on a wooden box in a sexy pose as she bent forward and then flipped her brunette tresses away from her face.
She wore daytime friendly makeup in the clip, with a natural pink lip.
Fans posted adoring comments next to the video writing, ‘Stunning beauty ❤️’, and ‘OMG! Just like in the 90s!’
Another commented on her natural beauty, imploring, ‘You’ve always been cool and natural looking. Please never use fillers.’
The savvy entrepreneur launched beauty company back in 2004 via an infomercial.
She explained her reason for getting into the product side of the beauty business, telling Women’s Wear Daily, ‘As a model, multiple times you get paid to represent a brand, but you don’t have skin in the game.’
Lustrous: Crawford showed off her lustrous mane of hair in a sexy video on social media Monday, tousling her hair, while promoting her ‘#MB hair goals” for her Meaningful Beauty line
The line, made of plant based products, has been popular with her fans ever since.
She introduced hair care products in 2021, explaining, ‘We expect our skin is going to age…and your hair, you know it’s going to go gray, but no one really talks about your hair aging.’
‘We might say we had a bad haircut, but I think it’s very vulnerable for women to talk about like, “Oh my god, my hair is thinning a little bit.” I think women’s emotional attachment to hair and what it means, in a weird way it’s more emotional than skin.’