Fearne Cotton on Militant Cleansing, Anti-Contouring and Her Snacking Advice

Amy Lawrenson

The first thing you notice on meeting Fearne Cotton is that she has amazing skin. I first met her back in 2011, and her skin is as flawless and glowing now as it was then. Even after having babies, which of course amounts to endless sleepless nights, she still has an incredible complexion.

The second thing is her hair. Very blonde, it’s also impossibly long—a pairing you don’t often see, as many have to sacrifice length in order to go so light. That makes Fearne the obvious choice as the ambassador for Garnier’s new Olia Super Blondes range. A shade extension to the existing range, the Super Blondes at-home hair dyes have the same technology as the existing shades—no harmful ammonia, which means they are gentler on your hair, but thanks to some clever scientific innovation they are still able to take you super blonde (hence the name). Keep scrolling for Fearne’s beauty tips on how she keeps her hair in the best condition, her skin looking quite so incredible and the secret strategy she has for boosting her energy levels so she can contend with two small children and Keith Lemon.

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