Not only did the former TOWIE star work her long locks into large, crimped waves, but she also pulled half of it up into a super-high, pineapple-esque ponytail.
And totally nailed it. Of course.
Ferne took to Instagram on Thursday (30 June) after a busy morning at ITV, filming This Morning with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, then working on 'something' later in the day with model and celebrity trainer, Bradley Simmonds.
"Was fun working with this one today," she posted, along with the snap above. We bet!
But enough about Bradley (ahem)... because we were also particularly taken with Ferne's amazing, '80s hair which combined chunky crimping with a high, half-up ponytail.
Crimping has been doing the rounds on the celebrity circuit recently with both Binky Felstead and Bella Thorne both getting in on the trend.
Perms and spiral curls have also been making a comeback in the last few months with Julianne Hough getting herself an uber-cool perm and Jenna Dewan Tatum rocking some very sexy curls.
But Ferne has taken the '80s hair thing to a whole new level with two-trends-in-one.
To copy her deep, crimped-looking waves, first, apply mousse to damp hair (well if you're going to go '80s, you might as well REALLY go for it!), then blow-dry into a centre parting. We love Wella Shockwaves Curl Shaping Mousse, £2.75, boots.com.
Next, crimp your hair with a BaByliss Boutique Salon Deep Waves Hair Styler, £37.50, boots.com, starting from about an inch from the roots and working all the way to the ends.
When you've crimped your hair all over, leave a few layers to frame your face, then scoop the top section up into a sky-high ponytail and secure with a covered band.
Backcomb for extra lift in that ponytail then finish with some hairspray.
Now, where's that coloured mascara and frosted lippy? We're off to listen to some Wham...
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