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Ever decided to give your hair a refresh with dry shampoo, only to be left with chalky, white patches? It’s a beauty problem most of us can relate to.

Just ask Vogue Williams, who took to Instagram this week to rant about her hair faux-pas after she doused her locks in the powder-based product – resulting in bright white roots.

“Fantastic job with the dry shampoo there,” Vogue jokes, desperately trying to rub the residue into her hair.

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Despite her efforts the star can’t seem to fix her beauty fail, but notices that it covers up her dark roots.

“Look how blonde it makes my hair look,” she adds. “I might just leave it.”

The former model usually sports fresh blonde highlights but with hairdressers still shut, it appears that she has also fallen victim to lockdown regrowth.

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Vogue’s dry shampoo fiasco didn’t last long though, as she returned to her Instagram stories shortly after and showed no sign of dusty roots.

The star looked gorgeous and glowy as she talked fans through her tanning routine, and how she removes her fake tan using Bare By Vogue’s Self Tan Eraser, £14.40 here, and the Luxury Exfoliating Mitt, £7.20 here.

“Tan prep is essential,” Vogue writes on her story. “Use the tan eraser at least once a month to get every bit of tan off.”

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The star says to rub the Self Tan Eraser everywhere, leave it on for 10-15 minutes, and then use the mitt in the shower to exfoliate your skin and scrub your fake tan off.

After removing the fake tan from one of her arms, Vogue jumps back on her stories to show the finished results and an impressive comparison between both arms.

“So here is the arm that I took the tan off. I did a little before and after for you – that is how good the tan eraser is,” she says.

You’ve got to give it to her, the presenter has looked beautifully bronzed through the winter months, taking the attention away from her grown-out locks.

While she may not be very handy with the dry shampoo, Vogue certainly knows how to get her glow on.

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