Brace yourselves! Lucy Watson just went through a *major* hair transformation.
The Made In Chelsea girl has swapped her chic lob for a waist-skimming ‘do while on holiday in Mykonos.
And doesn’t she look ah-mazing?!
Lucy, 24, achieved her new style with Easilocks extensions, captioning a pretty Instagram selfie with a pal: ‘beachy hair vibes @easilockshair.’
This isn’t the first time that Lucy has experimented with the length of her mane in recent weeks. Last month, she added a few inches with another set of extensions.
But now she’s gone a step further. And it seems as though she’s loving having long tresses, treating followers to plenty of snaps from her trip abroad.
Are you a fan Lucy’s look? Well, we are. Which is why when we got the chance to try out the celeb-loved hair extensions, Easilocks, we totally jumped at the chance.
We’ve all heard the hair extension horror stories – glued together tufts, terrible colour matches and bald patches – but safe to say our Easilocks makeover was delightfully easy and pain-free.
So why are they so good? Well, first of all, there us absolutely no glue, heat, sewing or braiding used to attach the extensions.
Secondly, the hair is ah-mazing, and 100% human, meaning no tatty rat tails. And no matter what colour your hair is (highlights? Dip dye? No problem), the stylist will blend several different shades of Easilocks hair to perfectly match your hue.
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The process takes a few hours, but is so worth it once you see the results.
To bond, a small section of your own hair is pulled through the easilock (a tiny ring of copper) and secured in place. The hair extension strand is then placed inside the easilock with the already placed section of human hair, before being locked with special pliers.
We were left with the thickest, most gorgeous head of hair ever, which also felt remarkably light – and you can wear your hair up and style it in any way you like!
For more info and pricing, head to the Easilocks website.
By Robyn Munson