GEMMA Collins revealed her natural hair beneath her extensions as she underwent a transformation.

The 41-year-old showed off a clever trick she has used to instantly get longer locks while filming in the Austrian Alps.

As she showed off her new look, Gemma explained to her followers: “My hair is still short guys. Just wearing clip ins to film.

“We have just braided the top bit and clipped the hair in, so don’t worry guys I still have my short hair. It’s growing thick and fast and I am ready for the slopes.”

Gemma is currently filming alongside Gareth Malone and Melvin Odoom on the snowy slopes.

The former Towie star delighted her fans earlier this month when she chopped off all her hair.

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At the time she shared a video of herself, telling fans:  "A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.”

As well as changing her look, Gemma has recently started two new diets.

She is doing Slimming World and revealed she is also trying intermittent fasting.

Speaking about her body struggles, Gemma told us: “I am always up against it because I have got a thyroid problem, polycystic ovary syndrome, insulin problem. You name it.

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“I have got such a hormone imbalance. It is a constant battle.

“But at 42 I love myself and if that offends anyone I am sorry but I don't give a s**t.

"My weight goes up and down, it's a constant battle for me.

“Do I feel great in myself? Yeah. Am I continuing to try and lose weight, get it down and keep it stable? Yeah. It is something is am always going to struggle with.”

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