Holly Willoughby, Davina McCall and Angela Scanlon team up in the best possible way - the three television presenters are starring in the new Garnier advert - representing blondes, brunettes and red heads. A behind-the-scenes snap was posted to Instagram by Angie Smith - the famous stylist who is responsible for all three of their professional wardrobes. The stylish shot featured three ladies with their back to the camera, with the luscious locks all on show. The three ladies are official Nutrisse ambassadors and have been so for quite some time and will feature in the upcoming advert which will be broadcasted on screens soon.
Holly Willoughby, Davina McCall and Angela Scanlon team up for Garnier advert
This isn't the first time the trio have shot together for the hair brand - last month the ladies had a fun day cooing over Angela's baby bump. Holly took to her Instagram account to share a photo of the trio pointing at Angela's stomach, Holly told her followers: "One of my favourite afternoons hanging out with the #garniergals Especially chatting all things baby and bump with the beauty that is @angelascanlon ... what an adventure she has before her... serious bump envy! Love you gals!" Later that month Angela gave birth to a baby girl named Ruby.
Holly uses Garnier's Natural Baby Blonde on her locks
37-year old Holly has been the face of hair giant Garnier for over three years now and uses Nutrisse shade 10.01 Natural Baby Blonde to achieve her trademark icy blonde locks. The TV star actually touches up her roots with the product from the comfort of her own home. In 2016, the Celebrity Juice panellist uploaded a shot of her applying the product to her roots in her bathroom and was praised for doing her own hair instead of heading out to a fancy salon.
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The £5.79 box dye is hugely popular due to its moisturising and hydrating properties and is known for its rich, long-lasting result. What's more, it actually has a picture of the mother-of-three on the packaging!