Chrissy Teigen is renowned on social media for her humorous and candid posts, and on Tuesday morning she once again had her Twitter followers in fits of giggles. Posting a selfie after waking up, the 30-year-old revealed that the hairstyle she had rocked the night before left her with an accidental permed hairstyle.
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Chrissy Teigen gave fans a glimpse of her accidental perm hairstyle
"On a lighter note, last night's hair turned into this morning's 80's perm," she quipped alongside a selfie of her voluminous hairdo, while also showing off her radiant complexion by going make-up free.
The night before, Chrissy had enjoyed a night out with husband John Legend at Beyoncé's concert in Milan on Monday, wearing a chic cream blazer and matching trousers, styling her glossy tresses into cornrows. It was the following morning when she took out the look that she found her hair was left in the tight curls with heaps of volume.
The star and husband John Legend headed to Beyonce's concert in Milan
Chrissy and John are currently enjoying a family holiday with little daughter Luna in Italy, touring the country and enjoying a host of activities from pasta making to truffle hunting, joined by friends including celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin and photographer Mike Rosenthal.
Their trip also saw them stopping off at celebrity hotspot Lake Como, which Chrissy revealed they had previously visited in 2007. The model took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message about her husband, revealing she had made a sweet wish about the couple's future at the time.
The couple are currently on holiday in Italy with baby Luna
"Back to where it all began – Lake Como, Italy – first came here in 2007," she wrote in a caption alongside a gorgeous selfie of herself and John basking in the sunshine. "A boat tour guide took us to a little spot on the lake and told us to make a wish.
"I asked for this to be the man I marry and have children with. I think John asked for the most perfect bite of cacio e pepe. Both came true, and here we are."