I wanted to look like Beyoncé! Cheryl reveals she regrets this hideous beauty fail

She may look absolutely stunning each time we see her nowadays but it turns out Cheryl Tweedy is just like us, and isnt safe from a style faux pas every now and then.

And in her latest advert for LOreal, the 34-year-old has opened up about one particular beauty disaster which she isnt the best fan of.

The mum-of-one admitted that while trying to replicate Beyonces golden locks (weve all been there…), she spent 12 hours in a salon getting highlights.

But lets just say it didnt exactly have the desired effect.

“There was a phase I went through where I always wanted to experiment,” she said.

“I wanted blonde hair like Beyonce so sat for 12 hours in a salon only for it to look hideous!”

The X Factor star – who was blonde back in 2005 and 2006 – then went on to reveal that being in the spotlight makes her feel pressured to always look good.

Cheryl continued: “Part of what I do as a job comes under a lot scrutiny and people do look at my hair…

“As Ive grown over the years it just becomes less relevant.”

Before adding: “My hair takes a beating from all the styling and definitely needs some love. If my hair feels good, I feel good.”

Despite experimenting a fair few different hairstyles throughout the years – including a vibrant red shade back in The X Factor days – now busy mum Cheryl takes a more low maintenance approach and has returned to her natural brunette shade.

Meanwhile the Fight For This Love singer – who gave birth to son Bear in March last year – is currently on holiday with boyfriend Liam Payne.

The pair have recently been hit by split rumours after 24-year-old Liam admitted they “have their struggles”, but it looks like a sun soaked getaway is exactly what these two need.

From our sister site CelebsNow.

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