Eagle-eyed Love Island viewers have guessed many of the female islanders have taken a trip to the nail salon.
During Monday night’s episode of the hit ITV2 series, stars such as Molly-Mae Hague , Maura Higgins and Belle Hassan all sported stylish new talons.
Fans flocked to Twitter to discuss the new additions to the girls’ fingertips, with many left confused as to how they had been given a makeover.
One asked: “When did all the girls get their nails done? Or is my attention to detail too much” [sic]
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A second commented: “Do you reckon girls are allowed to get their nails re done in the villa? Because no acrylics I’ve ever had lasted 4 weeks with no regrowth.”
A third observed: “Molly mae’s nails look v fresh for someone who’s been in a villa for about 4 weeks” [sic]
Another said: “Noticing the girls showing off the new nails they got done on their day off and I feel like Sherlock.”
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A fourth added: “The girls are clearly getting their nails and hair done during their time off.”
As another exclaimed: “HOW DO THE GIRLS ALWAYS HAVE NEW SETS OF NAILS ON?!???? Every episode they have different colour and different sized nails lol i’m baffled.” [sic]
Kem Cetinay, winner of the 2017 series of the show, previously revealed that the islanders get a day off from filming every Saturday.
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He said on This Morning: “You get one day off a week – it gives them a chance to clean the villa.
“You take your mics off, and normally you go to the beach… When you take your mic off, you’re not allowed to talk about anything to do with the show.
“You’re being watched. You can all sit and chat, but they are careful about what you say. It’s your time to relax.”
Love Island continues nightly at 9pm on ITV2.
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