Loose Women’s Jane Moore has shared a picture of her bob hairstyle transformation on social media – and doesn’t she look fabulous?
They always say, you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. And that’s certainly been the case for us – and many celebrities – while missing our trips to the hairdresser during lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Last week it was This Morning’s Ruth Langsford, who was showing off a sleek new hairstyle. But yesterday, Loose Women’s Jane Moore, 58, got to enjoy a much-anticipated session in the hairdressers salon – and it’s safe to assume that she’s pretty happy with the results.
The TV presenter and author shared a before-and-after shot of her ‘do, her stylish bob trimmed and freshly coloured. Jane’s bob hairstyle is a good choice, considering that hairdressers have revealed that it’s the most hygienic haircut to have amid the Covid-19 health crisis.
Janer captioned the picture, ‘Hallelujah – finally got myself along to @richardwardhair for a pit stop where my Gollum-esque toes were painted by Vita, my Ronald McDonald style colour rectified by Ryan and my split ends banished by Nando with a great cut.
‘And bless them, they all managed not to laugh when I walked in (exhibit A) Quite an achievement.
‘Have you managed to get a haircut yet or are you still channelling Cousin Itt? #richardward #hair #colour #cut’
Fans and celebrity friends alike were quick to praise Jane’s new look, commenting on the post with their well wishes.
‘You look fabulous! X’ said fellow TV star Ruth Langsford.
While beauty guru Liz Earle simply commented, ‘Beauty’
‘Looks great,my appt is friday, so excited,’ said one follower.
However another fan had a tale of a not-so-positive experience at her own salon.
‘You look fabulous got my hair done and my hairdresser decided without my permission to give me a colour I didn’t ask for and then had the nerve to tell me the colour was a perfect match to the photo i showed her and then presented me with a bill for £160 don’t understand why hairdresser in London are so bad at their job,’ they wrote.
Have you managed to get to the hairdressers yet?