Kelsea Ballerni’s Slicked-Back Bun Is Incomplete Without This Affordable Conditioning Spray

Even the singer-songwriter is a fan of the model-off-duty look.
Kelsea Ballerini

Kelsea Ballerini.

Grammy nominated artist Kelsea Ballerini’s hair always looks incredible, whether she’s taking the Grand Ole Opry stage or enjoying some down time in her native Tennessee.

The 30-year-old “Penthouse” singer recently sat down with Byrdie to talk about her new partnership with Pantene, and Ballerini revealed one of her must-have products for her go-to hairstyle. 

“When I don’t have to be in my Hannah Montana life, I’m always in a slicked-back bun, and I’m always using Miracle Rescue,” the singer-songwriter noted, adding that Pantene’s leave-in conditioning spray is “incredible” and helps create the “model-off-duty look” that everyone’s going for these days.

Pantene Miracle Rescue 10-in-1 Multitasking Leave-in Conditioner Spray, $7.97 (

Pantene’s leave-in conditioning spray promises 10 different healthy hair benefits, including repairing damaged hair, protecting against heat, moisturizing dry hair and improving shine. To use, just spray on clean, damp hair and style as usual without rinsing out. Reviewers note that the product “rescued [their] hair and wallet,” and is an excellent “frizzy hair solution.”

Known for having luscious blonde locks, Ballerini debuted a fresh, short chop in July, courtesy of hairstylist Marissa Martin. She noted in the Byrdie interview that she’s been giving her hair “off days” lately and even wearing a wig on tour to protect her natural locks. Since she’s clearly embarking on a healthy hair journey, her new partnership with Pantene makes perfect sense.  

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