Christina Anstead gave fans an in-depth look at her beauty regime on Thursday and in the process revealed her amazing hair makeover.
The Christina on the Coast star posted a video on Instagram of herself having extensions and shared before and after pictures too.
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Christina told fans she’d found a new way to get long luscious hair and decided to switch up her hair routine.
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She captioned the video: "I definitely have an obsession with long thick hair! After years of wearing tape ins I tired [sic] the newest method of hair extension. Invisible bead hand tied extensions .... and I am IN LOVE!
"They are extremely comfortable and I can wear my hair any way I like and you can't see them! My go to salon for color and extensions is @L33hairartistry and it’s Tarek’s sister (@elmoussa_angel ) Salon @Latitude_Loft."
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Christina achieves her thick hair look with the help of extensions
Christina was referring to her former sister-in-law and ex-husband, Tarek El Moussa's sister.
The mum-of-three looked amazing as she flicked her long blonde tresses and smiled for the camera.
Her fans loved her look, but many corrected Christina, pointing out the tie-in hair extensions aren't new to hairdressing, just to Christina's hair.
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Fans loved her braided look
The Flip or Flop star whipped fans into a frenzy with another hairstyle recently, when she rocked a boho braid for a day at the beach with friends.
She posted photos on Instagram and her followers showered her simple beach look with an abundance of praise.
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