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Abbie Chatfield shows off her stunning lockdown transformation

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Abbie Chatfield shows off her stunning lockdown transformation

She was recently targeted by trolls after debuting a fresh hairdo amid Sydney’s strict lockdown

But on Saturday, with two days until the restrictions in the city lessen, Abbie Chatfield shared new images of her latest hair transformation.

‘I feel physically ill about coming out of lockdown hehe,’ she captioned her stunning pictures.

Before: Abbie Chatfield is known for her curly curly blonde locks

Before: Abbie Chatfield is known for her curly curly blonde locks

After: On Saturday, with two days until the restrictions in the city lessen, the reality TV star has shared new images of her gorgeous hair transformation

After: On Saturday, with two days until the restrictions in the city lessen, the reality TV star has shared new images of her gorgeous hair transformation

Before and after: Abbie Chatfield is known for her curly blonde locks, but on Saturday, with two days until the restrictions amid the Sydney lockdown lessen, the reality TV star has shared new images of her gorgeous hair transformation

In the two photos, the once curly-haired beauty, appeared to be sporting a sleek, evenly toned head of hair.

And it seems Abbie didn’t just have her hair fixed professionally.

She also donned a full-face of heavy make-up, sporting a smokey lids which accentuated her blue eyes. 

With a sweep of blush on her cheekbones, Abbie’s face was glowing. 

The make-up artist also added a touch of nude lipstick to complete Abbie’s glamorous look.

The podcast host was most likely getting glam to work with Channel Nine on Love Island Australia.

A Channel Nine spokesperson told The Daily Telegraph in September that media and journalism has an exemption under the current health orders. 

The post comes less than a month after Abbie was forced to defend herself after eagle-eyed fans noticed she’d had her roots dyed during Sydney’s lockdown.

In September, the Instagram influencer posted a sponsored video for Extra gum, but some followers became angry because her hair looked professionally dyed.

Hair salons are closed due to the Covid outbreak and aren’t expected to open until October 11. 

The I’m a Celebrity star explained she’d had her hair professionally dyed ‘as a requirement for upcoming work’ on television. 

Responding to angry commenters at the time, she wrote: ‘[It was dyed] legally, in a Covid-safe environment, with the correct permits, as a requirement for upcoming work. 

‘I’m very lucky that it got done but I didn’t seek it out or request it; it’s a part of a job that I have coming up.’

Setting the record straight: The I'm a Celebrity star explained she'd had her hair professionally dyed 'as a requirement for upcoming work' on television

Setting the record straight: The I'm a Celebrity star explained she'd had her hair professionally dyed 'as a requirement for upcoming work' on television

Setting the record straight: The I’m a Celebrity star explained she’d had her hair professionally dyed ‘as a requirement for upcoming work’ on television 

Abbie said that ‘everyone in TV has their hair done; no one has requested it’.

She didn’t post about getting her hair done because she ‘didn’t want to rub it in anyone’s face’, she added.

The reality star then reminded her followers that ‘media is still being produced’ despite the coronavirus lockdown.

Industry standard: Abbie said that 'everyone in TV has their hair done; no one has requested it'

Industry standard: Abbie said that 'everyone in TV has their hair done; no one has requested it'

Industry standard: Abbie said that ‘everyone in TV has their hair done; no one has requested it’ 

Back and forth: One troll wasn't satisfied with her explanation and wrote: 'Why don't you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out for legitimate reasons?' Abbie said she wasn't being 'hypocritical' and had in fact 'followed the rules'

Back and forth: One troll wasn't satisfied with her explanation and wrote: 'Why don't you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out for legitimate reasons?' Abbie said she wasn't being 'hypocritical' and had in fact 'followed the rules'

Back and forth: One troll wasn’t satisfied with her explanation and wrote: ‘Why don’t you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out for legitimate reasons?’ Abbie said she wasn’t being ‘hypocritical’ and had in fact ‘followed the rules’

One troll wasn’t satisfied with her explanation and wrote: ‘Why don’t you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out for legitimate reasons?’

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Abbie said she wasn’t being ‘hypocritical’ and had in fact ‘followed the rules’.

Another critic accused her of failing to show ‘solidarity with the general public’ and suggested she should have refused the hair treatment.

Disappointed: Another critic accused her of failing to show 'solidarity with the general public' and suggested she should have refused the hair treatment. Abbie again reminded her trolls she hadn't broken any rules, adding: 'It isn't lack of solidarity. It's my employment'

Disappointed: Another critic accused her of failing to show 'solidarity with the general public' and suggested she should have refused the hair treatment. Abbie again reminded her trolls she hadn't broken any rules, adding: 'It isn't lack of solidarity. It's my employment'

Disappointed: Another critic accused her of failing to show ‘solidarity with the general public’ and suggested she should have refused the hair treatment. Abbie again reminded her trolls she hadn’t broken any rules, adding: ‘It isn’t lack of solidarity. It’s my employment’

Abbie again reminded her trolls she hadn’t broken any rules, adding: ‘It isn’t lack of solidarity. It’s my employment that pays my rent.’

Seven, Nine, 10, the ABC and SBS all have exemptions for their hair and makeup artists to continue working despite the beauty industry shutdown.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Abbie’s representative for further comment. 

Essential work: Seven, Nine, 10, the ABC and SBS all have exemptions for their hair and makeup artists to continue working despite the beauty industry shutdown

Essential work: Seven, Nine, 10, the ABC and SBS all have exemptions for their hair and makeup artists to continue working despite the beauty industry shutdown

Essential work: Seven, Nine, 10, the ABC and SBS all have exemptions for their hair and makeup artists to continue working despite the beauty industry shutdown 

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