Love Island star reveals details of behind-the-scenes villa life
Island of love‘s Amy Day, who was in a relationship with Professor Hugo Hammond after meeting him at Casa Amor, gave fans of the ITV reality show exclusive details on what happens in the villa when the cameras are not rolling not.
In a Instagram Q&A, a fan asked Day if there were people in the villa doing their hair and makeup, to which she simply replied, “No!”
After another fan asked if they had a “Glam Team on Love Island,” Day revealed that this year’s show was different from previous editions due to strict COVID-19 regulations, meaning that all the girls had to do their hair, nail and make up. .
“I know they did it in previous rounds, but because of COVID we couldn’t have that luxury.
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“We had sticky nails and I had to revisit my roots with dark brown eyeshadow,” Day explained.
The former islander did not explain whether producers provide hair, nail and makeup products or whether the girls should bring their own.
However, it is well known that Islanders receive free clothing from fashion retailers such as I Saw It First, JD Sport, and Pretty Little Thing, which they wear on the show and are allowed to take home.
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The show didn’t always have a “glam squad,” however, with season two’s Kady McDermott recounting The sun: “We had our nails done once all the time. I was there six weeks!”
Olivia Attwood from season three said OKAY! Magazine that she did her hair and makeup herself until the finale: “I heard that in recent series, people came to do the maintenance of hair extensions and nails.
“In my series there was absolutely nothing except last week. We girls in the final got someone to do our hair and do our nails.”
While Day speculates the ‘glam squad’ was unavailable due to COVID-19 restrictions, it’s unclear if producers will bring them back in future series or if the girls will continue to do their own maintenance. hair, makeup and nails.
Island of love aired on ITV2, and is available via Catch-up on ITV Hub, with episodes available the next morning for BritBox subscribers.
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