I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Frankie Bridge has shared all sorts of beauty secrets from her time in camp and revealed she’d had her eyebrows microbladed for the show.
The former The Saturdays singer, 32, who shares two children with husband Wayne Bridge, has revealed that celebrity contestants are banned from taking any makeup in Welsh Gwrych Castle.
The Loose Women star, who recently admitted she was given a luxury item in camp after she begged producers, also revealed that while stars are given shampoo and conditioner to keep their hair clean, they’re not allowed to use any electrical items, so hair straighteners are banned.
Doing a Q&A with her fans on Instagram, Frankie received one question about how she managed to keep her hair so “smooth and shiny” on the show.
“I was always in awe of it,” the fan added, as mum to Parker, eight, and Carter, five, laughed in response.
“The hair and skin question has come up a lot and I’m majorly flattered!” Frankie, who has a crop of lustrous brunette highlighted locks, exclaimed. “We had shampoo and conditioner in camp.
“As well as a bar of soap to wash with. There are no electrical items in camp. So my hair use to be left to air dry. I have very straight, flat hair. That I personally find really annoying. Which is why in real life I always put a wave through it. Ha.
The star went on to say she only got away with wearing makeup on the first day in camp because she’d applied it in the hotel, but had to wash it off with soap and water on the first night.
“No makeup is allowed. Unless you pick it as a luxury item to win,” Frankie explained, going on to discuss her brow techniques.
“I used to do my brows with my toothbrush and bar of soap to keep them in place,” the Loose Women panellist said. “I had my brows micro bladed and laminated before going into isolation.
“I also had short lashes on. That slowly fell out as the show went on. I’ve never had that permanent makeup thing done.”
Finally, the singer revealed that her hair appeared to be “naturally shiny” and no heat from dryers helped retain its condition, adding that she felt “self conscious” about her skin in the castle because she had three spots during filming.
The star added she assumed that a clean diet was the reason for her skin looking “clear” otherwise.
Frankie struggled during her time on the show, and broke down in tears during some of the tougher moments, leaning on former BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin for support.
Despite that, Frankie came third place in the competition, with Coronation Street star Simon Gregson reaching runner-up, and Emmerdale actor Danny Miller winning the title of King of the Castle.
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