How to beautify and party like you’re Elvis’ granddaughter.
“There have been so many times when I’m sitting next to someone and I have no idea who they are. I’m not very up to date on pop culture, and I’m sure I’ve offended people by being like, ‘Oh, what do you do?’ says actress Riley Keough when we meet at New York’s The Bowery Hotel. As the face of Norell’s perfume, the addictive floral musk that originally launched in 1968, Keough (granddaughter of Elvis Presley) is the ultimate throwback icon: she hates haircuts; loves beer; avoids makeup; and spends days off on the beach. A tattoo on her right wrist reads, ‘Nope.’ Here, Keough shares nine beauty (and life) revelations.
On Her rockstar hair
Tracey Cunningham does my color. I don’t really cut my hair. Stacy Ho who works at Tracey’s salon puts me in a straight jacket and forces me to cut it. People tell you that cutting your hair makes it grow longer, but I have long-ass hair and I never cut it. I let it air dry and I’ll put some kind of moisturizer oil in it because it gets really dry because it’s wild and crazy.