This Morning’s Ruth Langsford filmed herself getting her hair extensions refitted at a salon as she documented the experience for her fans.
The 59 year old TV host revealed that she wears tape extensions after the menopause left her hair feeling thinner.
Ruth’s hairdresser Leo fits new long extensions into her hair, which she says will be cut short to match her signature hair style.
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She told her followers in an Instagram video: “So you saw me just a minute ago with long long hair but I don’t have long hair. This is purely for thickness.”
Her hairdresser Leo continued to say: “We have added these tapes in – they last ten weeks. We have put ten in your hair today.”
Ruth added: “I like it because it does feel thicker.
“My hair has gone a bit thin with the menopause – the lovely old menopause. But I can feel it.
“There you are – a Ruth Langsford tutorial on hair tapes!”
She captioned her video: “New hair! Tape extensions….not for length just for fullness….clever stuff! @leobancroftsalon #hair #extensions #cutandacatchup.” [sic]
And in the caption of another video showing off her hair transformation, Ruth wrote: “Mr Speedy Gonzalez @leobancroftsalon putting in my hair thickening tapes! I’ve got them to add thickness but they can be used to lengthen too. They lie flat so not too irritating! #hairtapes.”
Ruth’s followers commented on the videos to praise how natural her hair extensions look, with one person writing: “Wouldn't have known,they look so real!” [sic]
Another said: “Wow love them you should go a bit longer Why not ?? They look great might try them myself.”
A third follower wrote: “Your hair always looks lovely Ruth x.”
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And another person jokingly wrote of her long extensions before they were cut: “You should have kept them in overnight and told eamonn it was your new hairstyle x.” [sic]
Ruth has opened up in the past about how the menopause has affected her.
She told Woman magazine last year about her mood swings, saying: "I definitely feel like an angry old woman.
"I fight over very simple thing, and not always people, it can be inanimate objects in the house, or I bang myself or drop something and it's like a red rage – the language that comes out."
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