Nadia Sawalha looks stunning after incredible hair transformation

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Nadia Sawalha is known for her iconic curls, but on Friday’s Loose Women, the popular presenter shocked viewers by unveiling a stylish new look. The star showcased her straight hair live on air, as part of the show’s ‘feel-good Friday’ segment, walking on set to an enthusiastic cheer from the audience. The 52-year-old revealed that her debut hairstyle had taken hours to achieve, admitting that she had been wanting to try out the style for a while. “It’s changed how I stand. I feel like I’ve got a broom up my back. I thought it was important to try something new as at my age I could get stuck in a rut for the next 20 years,” she said.


Nadia Sawalha showcases new hairstyle

To boldly go: Nadia showcased her new look live on air

Described by host Christine Lampard as a: “Straight haired, straight talking, boardroom Goddess,” Nadia’s new hairstyle was teamed with a crisp lilac shirt, which she cinched in at the waist to enhance her enviable figure, and a fitted black pencil skirt. Fans took to Twitter to compliment Nadia’s new hairstyle, with one of them writing: “Just watching @loosewomen on the bus and @nadiasawalha looks a different person with a new look #GoodFriday,” while another praised: “Nadia you look amazing like always.”

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This is not the first time Nadia has been seen having fun with her style on Loose Women. Back in January, the mother-of-two caused a stir after viewers noticed she had been wearing the exact same animal print top every time she appeared on the show.

Nadia Sawahla's new hairstyle

The 52-year-old said that the straight style had taken hours to perfect

She revealed it was all for an experiment, explaining: "All this started when we had Judge Rinder on, and he told us backstage he's worn exactly the same outfit for every interview he's ever done on television and nobody's noticed. We were saying that would never happen for us. It seems so important what we wear. So we said, let's do a little experiment."




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