Holly Willoughby asks fans for hair advice with glam selfie as she considers getting her bob cut

HOLLY Willoughby has asked her 6.8million Instagram followers their advice on what she should do with her hair.

The 39-year-old has long been an ambassador for French beauty brand Garnier and regularly stars in their hair colour ads alongside Davina McCall.

Despite being able to colour her hair at home with her preferred box dye, Holly admitted she's unsure what to do next with her grown out bob.

In two minds, the ITV darling asked her followers whether she should cut her coif or keep her longer length.

Sharing a glamorous selfie of her shoulder-length 'do following today's This Morning, she wrote alongside it: "Sooo… what do I do with this???

"Chop or not to chop? ✂️ ✂️

"Hair has grown like crazy… imagine the roots I’d have by now!!!! ?".

Holly's followers and pals alike commented on what she should with many suggesting both.

Keith lemon penned: "Whatever ya do you’ll still look ace!"

"Not to chop?? love this length," a follower penned.

A third wrote: "Keep it it’s beautiful!!!"

While another wrote: "Chop it! I love your hair when it's short with a slight wave to it! ❤️"

During the coronavirus pandemic in April, Holly, who promotes Garnier Nutrisse dye, took to her bathroom to open a box of the product and demonstrate its use.

Wearing a plain white top, Holly pulled on some plastic gloves and combed the dye through section by section.

After a blow dry she runs her fingers through her hair, and said: "No roots, no disasters."

Giving her followers some background to the tutorial, she wrote: "Tomorrow morning on @thismorning I know I will get an awful lot of questions asking how come I’ve managed to get my hair colour done whilst we are in lockdown (roots were getting out of control!)…

"I thought it’s a good opportunity to answer that question and a few others…

"Do I really use @garnieruk to tint my own hair and if so how do I do it?…

"Hope this helps if you are considering home hair colour for the first time … Always do a patch test and follow the instructions."

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