Brielle Biermann went 10 days without washing her hair, thought it would grow better


Brielle Biermann, 23, talked to Us Magazine about what she’s doing in quarantine and her beauty routine, because it’s not like she’s studying or has a lot else going on. She said she’s been watching TV every night until about 1 or 2 am and that while she showers daily she hasn’t been washing her hair. She went a week and a half without washing it, thinking it would help it grow, but then figured out that’s not a thing. Oh and she argues with her dad, Kroy, about seeing her friends but sort-of said she hasn’t done that yet. Considering how much of a Trump fan she is, I’m surprised about that. Even she knows better than to say she’s seeing people though.

How much have you drank in quarantine?
I’ve probably drank a couple of cases of 1942 [tequila] and a couple cases of White Claws.

How many days have you gone without showering or washing your hair?
I shower every day before bed and after the gym but I did go a week and a half [without washing my hair]. I thought that was going to magically make it grow and I read that it doesn’t.

How many days a week do you wear sweat pants or yoga pants?
I’m wearing them right now. I haven’t put on a pair of jeans or a cute outfit unless I take Instagram photos. I’m in sweatpants and leggings 24/7.

Who have you had the biggest fight with while in lockdown?
Kroy. Every single day we get in a fight about seeing my friends.

Does he win?
Yeah because I’m still here and not seeing my friends.

On her binge watching habits.
I never watched TV before this started, but I’ve started Queen of the South, Money Heist, Grey’s Anatomy, Breaking Bad. Every day, I go downstairs at 7:00 after I eat dinner and I sit in the movie room and watch TV until like one or two. So that’s where my life’s at. Oh, I [also] started watching Don’t Be Tardy from the beginning.

[From US Magazine]

No shame on the TV watching. The fact that Brielle got lip fillers the minute the salon opened but can’t be bothered to wash her hair tells you everything about her. Plus she did go to the salon recently, she posted an Instagram on May 27th after a visit. (I got a haircut last week, we both wore masks, so I should not talk.) I should be nicer about the hair washing issue, a lot of women stop washing their hair and that works for them. I try to wash mine every other day so that the dye doesn’t fade as fast. Plus Brielle wears extensions, so she probably has more of an issue with hair growth. I’ve heard that fermented rice water helps with that. We had a fermented rice hair treatment product in the Amazon posts a couple of weeks ago, but you can make your own at home. My friend Zakia told me about it. She got the recipe on YouTube, it looks really easy and only takes overnight, but it smells terrible so she puts orange peels and essential oil in it. You’re only supposed to do it once a week. You can wash your hair right afterwards though.

This is this woman’s job:

Her sister, Ariana, is 18:

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  1. Bookie says:

    Not gonna lie, I got Botox the day med spas opened back up in NJ.

    • manda says:

      I got highlights and a cut like the following week.

      I do think that getting a service, even if it is a frivolous service, is different from going to a bar or a party, which CAN be done on zoom or you can drink at home. And even then, we have gotten together with close family twice, while trying to maintain distance.
      I know my hairstylist could use the money, I missed her, and we both wore masks. I feel like a lot of the “going out” shaming needs to be curbed a bit. I don’t know what the answer is, but I think we are all human and we all have stuff going on in our lives. Like, my mom is 82 and lives far away and I am seriously considering flying in the fall to go see her. I’m scared enough of that without feeling guilty about it too. Still haven’t decided what to do

      • BayTampaBay says:

        Got my hair (roots) colored lasted night. The hair dresser, who is also a BFF, came to my home. I am so lucky as my roots were starting to drive me crazy after three months on new growth. They looked worse than Katie Keen Kensington’s during her pregnancies.

      • Jenn says:

        Right after I read these comments I got a text from my hairstylist; the salon I go to is finally reopening!! I have mixed feelings because I’m immunocompromised and considered high risk (and the Bay Area is still a Covid hotspot), but the evidence so far really does say that masks are effective when everyone wears one. If everyone here in the U.S. would just agree to wear masks, it would do so much to support the reopening of small businesses.

        I haven’t left my home since March 12 except for medical stuff, so I’m apprehensive about going out for a haircut, but I agree, @manda — it just doesn’t carry the same risk as going out to “party.”

      • Mara says:

        How did you feel getting it done? I’m a bit scared of going back to the hairdressers. Did you feel tense the whole time or was it like normal only with masks?

  2. TIFFANY says:

    Those extensions look pretty bad.

    If you wear them, you are to trim, cut and style them like your actual hair.

  3. Rose says:

    I feel so sad every time I look at her. Those girls were so pretty just the way they were. Now they’re plastic.

    • Sarah says:

      They are dead-eyed clones, it’s horrifying and so sad.

    • Ainsley7 says:

      It also makes me angry with their parents. They were clearly raised to think their only value was in their looks and never really given other options. It really set them up for failure because they will always be overly critical of themselves and looking for flaws to correct. Their future is endless surgery and self hate. No one should be brought up to believe that they are merely ornamental.

  4. lucy2 says:

    I don’t know who this is so I googled her…and I still don’t know. It’s all headlines about her not washing her hair. WTH.

  5. Isa says:

    Didn’t know who this is. Got to the part where she is a trump supporter. Will not be clicking again.

  6. Diane says:

    I too had to look her up. No surprise here. Just another Kardashian 2.0

  7. Kriseth says:

    She must mean that she didn’t wash her extensions for 10 days.

  8. lamaga says:

    Legit who?

  9. Chaine says:

    I feel really sad seeing them pumped full of lip filler like body-dysmorphic 42-year-olds. They literally grew up on RHOA and it has not been good for them.

  10. LBB says:

    Ugh, my youngest daughter is named Brielle.

  11. Ashley says:

    The no washing thing should just be an old wives tale at this point. I got fired from my job one year and didn’t wash my hair for a month, or rather did “nopoo”, and it made my hair awful. I’ve come to learn that I will forever be someone who needs to wash everyday. At the beginning of this my hair was fine every other day using Pantene, but I changed shampoos (to the purple biotin collagen one) and it greases my hair up like crazy. I’m on the fence about continuing to use it because it does seem to make my hair thicker but also lank? If you are secluded and do a lot, give your hair a break. But I’m a no fuss girl. My hair is never dyed or processed and is air dried and maybe cut once or twice a year. Shampoing everyday is always going to be my normal. I have medium thick hair and it just greases. Even shampoos that claim to make your hair less greasy don’t work. Lucky me.

  12. LunaSF says:

    Wow what a fascinating woman…..lol. Why does she need to grow her hair when she has extensions? I always wonder if she actually looks like that in real life or is it just filters for instagram. What a sad person, all that money and fame and time and all she does is post on Instagram.

  13. SilentStar says:

    So, she could choose to not dye her hair or use extensions, but instead she thought just not washing it would make it healthier? Okaaaay…

  14. shanaynay says:

    Trailer trash!

  15. TuffLuckCowgirl says:

    The fact that Brielle is 23, has no discernible occupation, and argues with her step-father about seeing her friends during a pandemic tells me everything I need to know about her.