Nadia Sawalha has revealed what she'd look like with grey hair, and we love it!
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Taking to Instagram back in November, the Loose Women star shared an edited picture of her famous brunette curls, transforming them from brown to a dark shade of grey.
"Honestly shoot me if you ever hear me considering having grey hair, short hair, blow dried straight hair or extensions!!! Every pic I look more odd than the last!
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"The girls have started saying they want to have a big change to their hair again! It’s that lockdown itch! Exactly the same happened last lockdown?
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Nadia looks fab with grey hair!
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"If you were to have a major hair change what would it be? How you feeling about lockdown Tom?" Nadia wrote in her caption.
Nadia might not have been a fan of her hair that colour, but her fans loved it! "You look stunning," gushed one. "You're actually looking lovely!" added another, with a third writing: "I love the grey!" We second that!
Nadia also tried out blonde hair recently
It's not the first time recently that Nadia's hair has caused a stir on Instagram. Last month, the mother-of-two took to social media to reveal that she had transformed into her co-host Kaye Adams with the help of a chic blonde wig, and she looked so different!
Once again, her brunette curls were nowhere to be seen, and in their place was a short, bright blonde bob. Putting on a Scottish accent to impersonate Kay, the mother-of-two could be heard telling the camera: "All in all that was a great show today. Jane was great, Stacey was great. It was a pretty amazing show from the beginning to the end.
"I'm just going to get back to wee bonny Scotland now because of course it's Halloween tomorrow, and I don't know about you but when I was a kid I knew nothing about Halloween, but it's like, Halloween's taking over Christmas."
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