Charlotte Crosby goes for super-curly hair at The Clothes Show Live

Published Tuesday, Dec 8 2015, 01:15 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby showed off her curly side at The Clothes Show Live this week when she rocked some tight, tumbling waves on Monday (7 December).

The reality babe looked stunning as she took to the stage to talk about her new collection, with her super-long hair extensions styled in what can only be described as corkscrew curls.

One word: hot.

Charlotte Crosby is interviewed on stage by Antonia O'Brien, The Clothes Show 2015 - Day 4, 7 November 2015

© WENN / Anthony Stanley

Charlotte looked gorgeous on stage in her infamous Watch Me Whip, Watch Me Sleigh Sleigh jumper, £19.99,, 7 December 2015

Charlotte also posted a great close-up of her sexy locks when she took to Instagram to show off her dreamy hair and make-up – which was created by her make-up artist and bezzie mate, Melissa Wharton.

And while her make-up was as spot on as ever, it was Charlotte's hair that seemed to get her fans the most excited. One of her followers even thought she looked like JLo!

"Just a little moment i think she was Jennifer Lopez OMG," they posted, in amongst the "#hairlove," "love the curls babe" and "the hair... how?" comments.

Charlotte Crosby rocks super-curly hair at The Clothes Show Live, 7 December 2015

© Instagram / @charlottegshore

Charlotte went dead curly for her appearance at The Clothes Show Live on Monday, 7 December 2015

Charlotte became the face of hair brand, Mark Hill earlier this year, so it wouldn't surprise us if this glam do was created with one of Mark's electrical tools – namely the Wicked Waver, £24.99, which is the perfect guy for the job.

You could also try the Babyliss Curling Wand Pro, £19.99, which us ladies love, here in the Reveal office.

Just remember to apply a good dollop of mousse to your hair before your blow-dry your hair, using a large-barrel round brush to create plenty of volume at the roots.

Then, only when your hair is totally dry should you tong it all over, working on medium-large sections and making sure you leave the roots well alone.

Mark Hill Wicked Waver

Mark Hill Wicked Waver, £24.99,

Babyliss Curling Wand Pro

Babyliss Curling Wand Pro, £19.99,

Once done, use your fingers to very slightly break up your curls, but try to leave them alone as much as possible so you don't end up with a big ball of frizz. Sexy curls? Yes. Big ball of fuzz? Not so much.

Warning over.

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