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Packing for a holiday is tough work, but imagine being a Love Island star and trying to figure out to pack for two months?
Yet, despite the length of time, the stars are always looking their best, so just how do they do it?
Well, in the past fans of the hit ITV2 show have noticed the ladies sporting fresh manicures and lashes, despite no contact with the outside world.
And that's because someone comes into the villa to make sure they're looking glam, and gives their nails a glow-up.
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Love Island hot Laura Whitmore said: "On Saturday, when there is no show on, their eyelashes and acrylic nails get redone.”
This revelation has been backed up by former contestant Kady McDermott, who explained: "We had our nails done once the whole time. I was there for six weeks!”
As well as getting their nails done, Laura Whitmore also revealed there's a love of fake tan inside the villa.
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Discussing visiting the dressing room, she playfully said: "“I always thought it must be really messy, and they had this blue carpet and it was stained with fake tan everywhere and I was like, ‘I knew it!’.”
In a recent chat with OK!, former Love Island star Olivia Attwood opened up on some of the villa beauty secrets and said it hasn't always been straightforward.
She said: "I have heard that in recent series, people come in to do maintenance on hair extensions and nails.
"On my series, there was absolutely nothing apart from the last week. Us girls who were in the final had someone come in to do our hair and nails.
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"A couple of times through the series, they'll have maintenance people coming in. It was hard because you get so used to having your own hairdresser or nail technician, plus with the language barrier, it's hard to make sure you were getting the right thing."
Olivia also revealed other villa secrets, including that dumpings can take a very long time.
She continued: "We did some recouplings that went on until three or four in the morning. We wouldn't know the time but the producers would be telling us we had to go to bed because it was the early hours of the morning.
"They're awful, they're worse in real life. On TV, they fill the silences with music but it is so deadly silent, all you can hear is the crackling of the fire.
"The villa is in the middle of nowhere so when you're stood there waiting, you can literally hear a pin drop. It's so intense."
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