JACQUELINE Jossa showed off her natural hair on Instagram but said she felt "bald" after taking her hair extensions out.
Honest Jacqueline, 27, used to have hair down to her waist but said she needed to remove her "tape" extensions as she showed off her glossy brown locks in a video last night.
Tape hair extensions are the most discreet extensions around because they lie almost completely flush against the head, and though they cause the least amount of damage to natural hair, Jac said she wanted a break from wearing them.
Showing off her short hair in a scrunchie, the mum-of-two said: "Guys I've taken my tapes out for my hair to have a bit of a rest and I feel completely and utterly bald like I have no hair.
"It's actually not damaged at all it just feels thinner. I think if you maintain it and look after it than it's fine but I do have to make sure I do look after (my hair) which is why I'm having a little break from them.
Turning to husband Dan Osborne, she made fans laugh when she added: "I feel like a stinky old cheese babe, a stinky old cheese. Just getting riper with age."
It comes after the I'm a Celeb winner teamed up with makeup brand BPerfect Cosmetics to create her own tanning range, and took a series of stunning snaps for her adverts
The former EastEnders star looked sensational as she took a selfie wearing a full face of makeup, a pink silk robe and hair down to her waist.
The brunette beauty has landed a major collaboration deal after teaming up with makeup brand BPerfect Cosmetics to create her signature collection.
After unveiling her new collection last week, she said: “It’s really really exciting; I am so lucky, really lucky. I do feel hashtag blessed but in a real non-cringe way.”
She added: “I am in a really lucky position to be working with some of the most amazing people.
“It is genuinely the best fake tan I have ever used.”
The mum-of-two has won a legion of fans with her In The Style clothing range designed for her size 12 body.
Jac is praised for being relatable and inclusive, owner of In The Style Adam Frisby, said: “I’d like to think after nearly seven years of In The Style I’ve got a good eye for celebs that will work well for the brand.
“For example, Jac Jossa won I’m A Celebrity, she’s relatable, a size 12 girl and a mum. We are inclusive in sizes and we want our customers to feel they are shopping from real people, which they are.”
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