Olivia Attwood’s hair has been a thing of envy since she first appeared on Love Island.
The blonde beauty was known for her long, luscious locks, and opted for a shorter style once leaving the villa.
And now Chris Hughes’ girlfriend has switched up her style once again.
Olivia, 26, has gone to the dark side and unveiled chocolate brown tresses.
The In The Style ambassador took to her Instagram story to unveil the brunette locks.
She captioned the snap: “Fancied a change”, and credited celebrity hair Carl Bembridge for the look.
Olivia Attwood reveals gorgeous new brown locks
But as it turned out, Olivia is the latest Love Island star to fool everybody as she tested out a beauty trend that’s moving into the mainstream.
The model was wearing a wig in the snap, and it comes just after Jess Shears fooled fans in the same way.
She uploaded the above snap and wrote: “Absolutely loving mine and @oliviajade_attwood’s GLAM today by the amazing @fern_makeup and @carlbembridgehair, Loving my wig.”
And added: “Let’s see if it’s true what they say about who has more fun.”
But the trend isn’t only popular with the Love Island circle, as Katie Price has spoken up about about mixing up her look with faux hair, too.
The mum of five admitted to switched out extensions for wigs to give her natural hair a break, and also turned to Carl for the job.
Megan McKenna, who is so recognisable thanks to her dark, thick hair, opted for a more playful shade when trying the trend.
The There’s Something About Megan star donned a pastel pink wig earlier this year, and looked incredible for it.
And Brits aren’t the only ones giving their natural hair a break from bleach and extensions with a wig.
Kylie Jenner and Katy Perry have worn wigs in every shade from peach to purple.
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