Woolies $18 product saved Jesinta Franklin's grown-out roots in lockdown

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Jesinta Franklin on her Instagram
Jesinta Franklin has revealed the $18 product that has saved her grown-out roots in lockdown. Photo: Instagram/Jesinta Campbell

She may be one of the biggest models in Australia but over the weekend, Jesinta Franklin proved she’s just like us, as she revealed she can’t wait to see her hairdresser after lockdown finishes in NSW.

But in the meantime, the 30-year-old shared a product from Woolworths she says has saved her grown-out roots and it only costs $18.

Taking to her Instagram page, Jesinta said: “It actually worked. My grey hairs were so bad I honestly looked triple my age.”

Jesinta Campbell showing the Schwarzkopf Root Retoucher  on her Instagram stories
The Schwarzkopf Root Retoucher is a game-changer for Jesinta. Photo: Instagram/Jesinta Campbell
How Jesinta Campbell covered her grey hairs in lockdown
Jesinta showed the amazing results on her Instagram account. hoto: Instagram/Jesinta Campbell

She then showed her followers the bottle of Schwarzkopf Root Retoucher, which is a temporary spray that washes out after one shampoo.

It’s available in six shades and seems like the perfect solution for people who’s grown-out roots are getting on their nerves.

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“Just don’t do it when you’re wearing a white shirt because it went everywhere and I missed a few,” Jesinta said, going on to say: “But I’m happy.”

$18 at Woolworths

Schwarzkopf Root Retoucher
Schwarzkopf Root Retoucher from Woolworths. Photo: Woolworths

Jesinta has spent the past few weeks in Melbourne, after jetting into Victoria to be with her husband, Buddy Franklin, as his team, the Sydney Swans, set up camp there following Queensland's Covid-19 outbreak.

“It's been tough but it's just the reality of the world we're living in at the moment. Not only me and what all the other Swans and GWS players' partners have to do, but thousands of Australians,” she told The Herald Sun.

Jesinta spent two weeks in quarantine with her young children, 18-month-old daughter Tallulah and four-month-old son, Rocky.

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