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Make-up free Olivia Attwood looks fresh-faced as she leaves the hair salon

Make-up free Olivia Attwood looks fresh-faced as she ditches her usual glamour for a casual ensemble while leaving the hair salon

She is typically dolled up to the nines.

Yet Olivia Attwood showcased a more natural look on Friday, as she was spotted leaving the hair salon in Cheshire with a fresh set of locks.

The Olivia Meets Her Match star, 28, showcased her toned frame in a form-fitting black jacket, which she wore with a pair of gym leggings. 

Stepping out: Olivia Attwood showcased a more natural look on Friday, as she was spotted leaving the hair salon in Cheshire with a fresh set of locks

Following the trip to the hairdressers, Olivia flaunted her fresh mane, which was styled in a bouncy blow dry, 

Olivia showcased her penchant for designer style, as she toted a Christian Dior bag on her arm, no doubt full of her essentials for the day.

The former TOWIE star completed her look with a pair of trainers, and walked along sipping an iced drink. 

Casual: The Olivia Meets Her Match star, 28, showcased her toned frame in a form-fitting black jacket, which she wore with a pair of gym leggings

Casual: The Olivia Meets Her Match star, 28, showcased her toned frame in a form-fitting black jacket, which she wore with a pair of gym leggings

It comes after Olivia candidly spoke about living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and how it impacts her day to day life.

Olivia, who shot to fame on the show in 2017’s third season, appeared on Loose Women on Monday to discuss living with the disorder and explained her diagnosis came after she sought help for mental health problems.

She said: ‘Later in life I found myself with a severe battle of anxiety and depression, came under the care of a psychiatrist who specialised in ADHD. It was a stroke of luck that it was diagnosed. [It’s] state of being constantly overwhelmed’.

Olivia has been candid about her health and spoke openly and honestly on Loose Women while appearing on the show to discuss Love Island’s launch,

When asked by the panel about what type of ADHD she has, Olivia said: ‘There are three major types. I fall into a combined type…

‘There’s the typical type people look for – hyperactive child in the classroom, throwing things, breaking things. Other types – internalised, fidgeting, restless thoughts, disorganised, acting on impulse’.

Fresh: Following the trip to the hairdressers, Olivia flaunted her fresh mane, which was styled in a bouncy blow dry

Fresh: Following the trip to the hairdressers, Olivia flaunted her fresh mane, which was styled in a bouncy blow dry

She explained that girls are harder to diagnose, going on: ‘Later in life I found myself with a severe battle of anxiety and depression, came under the care of a psychiatrist who specialised in ADHD. It was a stroke of luck that it was diagnosed…

‘Through my teens and early 20s when it wasn’t managed, I acted without thinking, it caused myself and people around me a lot of stress’.

Explaining how she feels in herself, she said: ‘I think people describe ADHD as a state of being constantly overwhelmed.

‘Having a partner, they say, calm down, it’s not a big deal, but in my mind it is a big deal’.

Speaking about opening up about her condition, she said: ‘I’d not heard others speak about it so I kept it to myself.

‘It only came out by accident on Instagram stories. I got loads of dms from young women and mothers, who wanted to hear more’. 

Coupled up: Olivia pictured with her fiance footballer Bradley Dack

Coupled up: Olivia pictured with her fiance footballer Bradley Dack

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