This Morning's Holly Willoughby posts clip of blonde hair root top-up in isolation

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Holly Willoughby has revealed how she's retaining her blonde locks while in self-isolation.

The star, who is naturally brunette, admitted that she will inevitably get messages from This Morning viewers about how she is maintaining her famous blonde look given the limited current circumstances.

Well, now she has given a few tips for those that want to colour at home, sharing a video demonstrating how she tops-up her roots with a solution.

Photo credit: @hollywilloughby - Instagram

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Posting the clip on her Instagram, Holly wrote yesterday (April 2): "How I colour my hair… Tomorrow morning on @thismorning I know I will get an awful lot of questions asking how come I've managed to get my hair colour done whilst we are in lockdown (roots were getting out of control!)...

"I thought it's a good opportunity to answer that question and a few others... Do I really use @garnieruk to tint my own hair and if so how do I do it?... Hope this helps if you are considering home hair colour for the first time ... Always do a patch test and follow the instructions #nutrisse #bettercolour #garnieruk #ad".

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As well as topping up her own roots, Holly has joked that she has been busy having quite a few drinks while in lockdown.

Speaking to Keith Lemon recently, she admitted she had "been drinking all evening", adding: "Like, haven't stopped. I literally clock-watch and go, 'Is it time to have an Aperol spritz yet?'".

In their interview, the two explained that they're never in a "party vibe" and "just go to bed" and wake up hungover the next day.

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