Reigns believes in conditioner.
As with all things related to the Internet wrestling community, there are a fair number of memes and running jokes related to Reigns. Notably: his immaculate, luxurious hair. Inquiring minds want to know: what's his hair-care regimen?
"People may get mad about this: I don't do that much. I wash it a couple times a week, but pretty much every night, I put in some leave-in conditioner. I want to say it's like a Moroccan-type, argan oil conditioner of some sort. I don't know, I just use it, I don't really know the details on it. [That] and some water, and then </b>at the end of the night, you wash that out, take a shower, brush it, tie it up. </b>I think that's one thing that actually helps: when I'm not wrestling, I tie it up, so it's not getting dried out and tangled up. A little bit of leave-in conditioner goes a long way."
Staying moist in the ring is a team effort.
On the topic of hair and personal hygiene, professional wrestlers are well-known for having wet hair when they come to the ring ... and in some cases, being dripping wet in general. The three members of The Shield were among the moister members of the WWE roster, so I asked Reigns about what exactly happens before they come out to make them so wet. It's not a moment for bonding, apparently.
"We're all together, but I'm not wetting anybody else's ... Seth [Rollins] is not wetting our hair for us. We just take water bottles up there [to our entrance position in the crowd]. A lot of times we go up there with what we call a Headset Brother. Actually, lately it's been a Headset Sister. She or he has the lowdown on when it's time to go out, but yeah we bring water bottles. You already have all that leave-in conditioner in. When it's time, you wet it up and go."
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