Love Island’s Amber Davies swaps her dark hair for a new caramel blonde shade

Love Island’s third series feels like it aired on our TVs decades ago, but most fans of the ITV2 show will still be able to recall some of the more memorable Islanders from the 2017 cast. Former golden couple Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay come to mind first.

Though the duo haven’t been a thing for years, they’re still very much celebs in their own rights, and we still keep up with Amber on her Instagram. This week, she delivered a hair update in Story form, letting her 1.4m followers know she’s decided to swap her dark colour for a new caramel blonde shade.

"Tap for new hurrrrr," Amber captions the first snap showing her with her usual single-toned brunette hue.

The next image then shows the 26 year old showing off her new buttery tresses. Her fresh colour features a mix of warm-toned highlights and lowlights, with thin sections of bright blonde localised to the fringe sections of her hair. This exact face-framing colour is called a money-piece detail, and has been popularised in recent months by the likes of Jesy Nelson, Beyoncé and Bella Hadid.

Amber hasn’t officially uploaded a reveal post to her grid yet, but she has continued to show off her summer-ready new hue in further Instagram Stories. Speaking to the camera about a new skincare regime she’s loving, Amber shows off her hair at the same time as giving her followers a skin update.

“I do have a tiny bit of make-up on but I have to admit I'm starting to see such a huge difference. It’s day 25 of no alcohol and it’s also day 25 of me using my new skincare products. Let me talk to you about that,” she says.

“Early December 2022, I went to see Dr Sindhu at the No Filter Clinic in Knightsbridge. She said she needed to give me an at-home skincare regime with strong stuff – things you can’t buy over the counter – to tackle my acne. I’ve been using the products for about three weeks and it’s what my skin needed: prescribed things,” Amber adds.

The star then goes on to explain that her followers have asked why she doesn’t just go on Roaccutane for her spots. To this, Amber says that Roaccutane (which is a drug called isotretinoin) would dry up her vocal folds as well as her breakouts, and since she sings on stage for a living, it’s not worth the risk.

Whatever Amber has been prescribed for her complexion, we want the full details ASAP. She looks *glowing*.


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