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Dani Dyer gets these impressive results from cutting her hair with scissors she’d used to chop chicken

Six weeks into lockdown and our hairstyles aren’t looking their sharpest any more. Roots are showing, split ends need snipping and fringes are reaching way past our eyes.

Dani Dyer is the latest celebrity to deal with this by chopping her locks at home, using scissors that previously had another use – to chop chicken!

In a pretty selfie showing her new hair at just past shoulder length, the Love Island winner says: “Think I did a pretty good job with my hair cut,” before admitting, “considering I used scissors I cut up my chicken with.”

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But before anyone worries about cross-contamination, she quickly reassures her 3.3million followers that they were cleaned first!

And friends and followers were impressed with her scissor skills. The comments were awash with compliments, while Rylan Clark-Neal commented with “Ain’t she pretty.”

It sounds like the 24-year-old’s shorter style won’t be lasting once lockdown ends, though.

Hairdresser Jaime Hunt, who has previously fitted Dani’s hair extensions, called her a “little natural beauty” before saying: “we need to do you a whole new look when this is over,” which Dani agreed with.

And she’s not the only celeb getting creative with their hair at home.

Olivia Attwood also reached for the kitchen scissors recently, although she entrusted her mum to do the snipping.

And Bella Hadid has shared a snap of her new fringe, alongside a still from the film Roman Holiday of Audrey Hepburn cutting her own hair.

The 23-year-old model is currently self-isolating with her sister Gigi, who it was recently revealed is five months pregnant, on their family’s farm in Pennsylvania.

If this has inspired you to have a go at your own hair, have a read of our tips from the experts first – and make sure your scissors are free from chicken, too.

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