If you watch Andrea McLean on Loose Women then you might think she keeps up to date with weekly blow-dry appointments and beauty treatments.
But the star has set out to prove she’s not quite as glam behind-the-scenes, and in fact, it’s been a while since she’s managed to make it into a hair salon.
In a new video posted to Instagram Stories, Andrea, 51, can be seen make-up-free and laughing as she shows off her inch-long grey roots to the camera. Her husband of three years, Nick Feeney, also makes an appearance in the short video and joins in joking about the state of her hair.
“What did you just say to me?” Andrea asks her husband.
“I’m dating an old lady,” he replies, laughing.
Andrea then brands her husband “rude” as he points out that the star looks like she’s “getting ready for Halloween”.
The presenter tagged her hairstylist Victoria in the video and mentioned that she couldn’t wait to visit her soon – presumably to get her roots seen to.
Andrea isn’t the only celeb embracing root regrowth as a host of others let their natural hair grow out during and after lockdown. Eva Longoria took to Instagram back in April to share her grey roots with fans, and just the other month, Lily Allen shared her grey tresses with her 1.2 million followers.
These days though, it’s easier than ever to skip a salon appointment or two, as there are loads of quick fix ways to hide roots in just a flash – as Andrea proved this morning.
“I still haven’t done my roots but I’ve used a spray to cover them,” she said in a new Instagram Story.
She then shows off her brunette tresses looking bouncy and perfectly styled, without a single grey in sight.
While Andrea doesn’t tag the spray she used, Eva Longoria’s favourite is the L’Oréal Magic Root Cover Up, £8.99 here – which comes in nine shades, from light blonde to raven black, and is pretty handy for anyone wanting to disguise regrowth without dyeing their hair.
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