Christine Lampard Shows Off Her Stunning Natural Hair

Hollie Shirley / Hair & Skincare Editor

Christine Lampard is known for her well put together glamourous style and glossy sleek blowout.

However, the Loose Women panellist switched things up a bit today for while presenting ITV’s Lorraine.

The 40-year-old is currently standing in for Lorraine Kelly and she arrived at the studio today with a head of gorgeous curls – and fans are loving it.

Speaking about showing off her natural locks, she said: “This is my natural hair, it has not seen the light of day for 25 years!”

 

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Hello Tuesday! Top and trousers from @lkbennettlondon @lorraine 💚💙

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Fans on social media have also fallen in love with Christine’s new hair, flooding bother her Instagram and Twitter with compliments of her hairdo.

One fan wrote on Twitter: “Christine looked so beautiful with her curly hair today! She always looks stunning but I fell in love with her natural hair today.”

Over on Instagram, another viewer added: “Natural curly hair beautiful keep it curly Christine its so beautiful.”

Teaming her new hairdo with natural makeup and a striking ensemble from LK Bennet, she mentioned that her curls may never see the light of day again, however after seeing how much her fans love her new hair we hope she changes her mind.

We hope that Christine embraces her natural curls more often, they look absolutely gorgeous!

 

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Curly hair, don’t care 💁 We’re loving @christinelampard’s natural do!

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Hollie Shirley
Hair & Skincare Editor

Hollie Shirley is SILKUP’s hair and skincare editor. She’s obsessed with all things hair care and results-driven skincare, that is kind to the environment and your wallet. She has a weakness for limited edition eyeshadows and is always testing out the newest and greatest deep conditioners. Hollie has a passion for hair and is studying Trichology, working towards becoming a Member of the Association of Registered Trichologists.