Katie Price reveals new brunette hair transformation as she gets a full head of long extensions

KATIE Price has declared she feels "like me again" after having long brunette extensions added to her natural hair.

The newly-engaged star, 42, was snapped at an exclusive hairdressers in London's Knightsbridge before emerging with a fresh new look.

Katie's stylist spent six hours dying her natural locks dark brown and adding long, brunette extensions.

When the mum-of-five eventually emerged, she looked thrilled with her new 'do and gave a big grin to waiting photographers.

Katie filmed her transformation for her YouTube channel and documented it from start to finish.

She began her video, saying: "Today is a transformation day. Isn't it always a a different day in my life.

"I have stuck with the short hair, you've seen me have them sew-in weaves, you've seen me try the wigs [sic].

"I've let my hair breathe and I just can't do it anymore. I just can't do it.

"So I've come to this place, because it's a new start for me with everything and I've been recommended [it]."

Katie told fans she was at Richy in Knightsbridge, adding: "It's a very posh area. I've basically said to them, 'Do what you think'. I'm leaving it to them!"

In the video, the former glamour model can be seen with dye on her natural, short hair before tape extensions were added.

Katie can also be seen showing her massive engagement ring off to the stylists, which was given to her by her now-fiancé Carl Woods.

She said afterwards: "I'm so happy, I love the hair, I've had some make-up done.

"The hair feels so light. i've got a full head of tapes.

"I don't think I've ever had a full head of tapes but it feels light and doesn't feel like I've got anything in."

She added: "I love it, I love the colour and it was worth spending the day in here. I feel like me again."

Katie previously told fans how she'd had to ditch her beloved hair extensions in a bid to save her natural hair from increasing damage.

The star had been having extensions added to her natural locks since she was 18 but felt it was time to temporarily ditch them in January.

At the time, she told The Sun Online: "I've finally had my extensions out and I wanted it cut off to get rid of all the dead ends and get the condition back.

"I have wigs if I want to experiment through lockdown, but this gives my hair a rest!"

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