Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow Debuts One Gorgeous Hair Makeover

The 28-year-old has gone to the dark side...

Camilla Thurlow just unveiled a post-Love Island makeover, and she looks BEAUTIFUL.

The 28-year-old has ditched her blonde hair for a darker look, captioning a stunning snap on Instagram: ‘AnaCam Skywalker heading back to the dark side 💁🏻#brunette.’

See: You Need To Know What Love Island’s Camilla And Jamie Have Been Up To

AnaCam Skywalker heading back to the dark side 💁🏻#brunette

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It’s not just us who are impressed. Her villa beau Jamie Jewitt commented: ‘WOW 😍😍😍 x.’

Aw. Can they just hurry up and become official already?!

TBH, nobody deserves a bit of pampering more than Camilla right now. She and Jamie, 27, recently returned from their first humanitarian mission together.

See: Love Island’s Gabby Speaks Out In Support Of Jamie And Camilla

While on Love Island, Camilla made no secret of the fact that she wanted to use her platform to raise awareness for some of the world’s plights, having already carved out a successful career as a bomb disposal expert.

Working with indiGO Volunteers, CamJam helped charity A Drop In The Ocean by delivering food and clothing, and worked with the Soul Food Kitchen team to give meals to homeless refugees in Thessaloniki, Greece.

She kept followers updated with their journey, writing last week: ‘On our final day we visited Serres, where survivors from the displaced Yazidi population live in a refugee camp. Organisations are not allowed inside the camp. Instead, Lifting Hands provides lessons in a neighbouring park.

On our final day we visited Serres, where survivors from the displaced Yazidi population live in a refugee camp. Organisations are not allowed inside the camp. Instead, Lifting Hands provides lessons in a neighbouring park. We attended an English lesson for young women aged 14 – 17yrs old. Under the shade of a tree, the class spoke of their desire to become doctors, lawyers, and journalists. Every single one of them without fail said they wanted to help others – that they know what it feels like to be alone and they never want anyone else to feel the same way. Despite the absolute horror and inexplicable violence these women have seen, somehow they have chosen love over hatred. Watching this group of ambitious, intelligent and compassionate individuals I was overwhelmed with sadness; they will not have the chance to live the life they deserve. Lifting Hands do an incredible job of providing as many opportunities for education as they can, but as one of the volunteers and I were discussing it always feels like it is not enough to replace what these lovely people have lost. However, seeing the incredible difference it makes to the lives of the people in the camp reminded me how important it is to do something. Without @liftinghandsinternational there would be no provision of education whatsoever. So no, we cannot do everything, we cannot repay the debt conflict leaves when it steals from innocent people's lives – but we can all in our own small way do something. I would be so grateful if you would please consider supporting @helprefugeesuk in funding these life-changing projects through purchasing a #chooselove t-shirt from @asos – all proceeds go towards helping refugees across Europe and in the Middle East

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‘We attended an English lesson for young women aged 14 – 17yrs old. Under the shade of a tree, the class spoke of their desire to become doctors, lawyers, and journalists. Every single one of them without fail said they wanted to help others – that they know what it feels like to be alone and they never want anyone else to feel the same way.

‘Despite the absolute horror and inexplicable violence these women have seen, somehow they have chosen love over hatred. Watching this group of ambitious, intelligent and compassionate individuals I was overwhelmed with sadness; they will not have the chance to live the life they deserve.’

Amazing work, lady.