Samira Mighty showcases her new blonde tresses and radiant complexion as she leaves last-minute beauty appointment ahead of Tier 4
The nation has been left stunned after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that a third of England will be locked into a new Tier 4 system from midnight.
So it’s no surprise Samira Mighty fit a last-minute beauty appointment into her schedule as she left Young LDN medical spa in Notting Hill on Saturday evening.
The Love Island star, 24, looked typically radiant as she swapped her naturally dark tresses for blonde hair extensions and showcased her naturally clear complexion following her skincare treatment.
Last-minute: Samira Mighty managed to fit a beauty appointment into her schedule as she left Young LDN spa in Notting Hill on Saturday evening, hours before London is plunged into Tier 4
Nailing casual chic, the musician was dressed in a shearling coat, a blue cardigan and bright running tights.
The influencer kept comfy in the footwear department as she strolled through the streets of the English capital in white trainers.
Rounding things off, the West End actress accessorised with dainty jewellery and carried her essentials in a black backpack.
Switching things up: The influencer swapped her naturally dark tresses for a fun look (pictured R earlier this month)
Low-key: Nailing casual chic, the West End actress was dressed in a shearling coat, a blue cardigan and bright running tights
Relaxed: The reality star kept comfy in the footwear department as she strolled through the streets of the English capital in white trainers
Politician Boris faced fury from the public as he dramatically cancelled Christmas for 18 million people after hitting the panic button on a rampant new mutant strain of coronavirus.
The PM was accused of ‘inconsistency and confusion’ after the extraordinary last-minute U-turn to put parts of the country, including London and swathes of the home counties, into Tier 4.
The draconian bracket means non-essential shops being forced to shut, and travel restrictions including a ‘stay at home’ order for Christmas Day itself – even though Boris insisted just days ago that it would be ‘inhuman’ to axe five-day festive ‘bubbles’.
The rest of England will not escape unscathed, with up to three households now only allowed to mix on Christmas Day rather than between December 23 and 27.
Wales has also announced it is going into a full lockdown from midnight and will follow suit by slashing bubbles to a single day.
Nicola Sturgeon said at her own press conference that a ban on cross-border travel is being upgraded, and the law will be changed to cut bubbles to one day.