Eamonn Holmes gets MAKE OVER live on air by celebrity stylist - 'You look like Boris Johnson!'

The GB News Breakfast presenter joked that he wanted to look like 'Mel Gibson in Braveheart'

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Eamonn Holmes received a makeover live on air during GB News' Breakfast.

A recent survey by Vegamour found that 69 per cent of UK adults agree good haircuts can transform the way they’re feeling.

In contrast, 48 per cent report that a bad hair day can alter their outlook on the day ahead with 21 per cent even missing social occasions to bear with it.

Hair loss in men is usually down to androgenetic alopecia, which is a genetic condition more commonly called male pattern baldness (MPB).

There are treatments available, including medications and laser therapy but not all are available on the NHS and can be costly, as is hair transplant surgery.

Instead, some men turn to wigs as a cheap and pain free way to get the results they desire.

Eamonn and Isabel were joined on GB News’ Breakfast by hair stylist and hair loss specialist, Inanch Emir.

She shared her passion for her job, saying: “Hair is transformative. It has the power to completely change the way you look and more importantly, the way you feel. And I love that.”

Model Jengiz, who lost his hair at 21, was also in the studio.

Eamonn Holmes received a makeover live on air.
Eamonn Holmes received a makeover live on air.
Eamonn joked that he wanted to look like "Mel Gibson in Braveheart".
Eamonn joked that he wanted to look like "Mel Gibson in Braveheart".

Explaining how his hair can make him self-conscious he said: “Depending on what it is. I lost my hair at 21, so it's something that I've always wanted, but this is an option I'm trying out.”

“As you're growing up, people say things that they shouldn't say. So, yes, you do suffer over your life.”

Later on, Eamonn shared his interest at looking like “Mel Gibson in Braveheart”.

He joked “I need to see what it looks like!”

Isabel quipped: “I don’t know who you look like… Boris Johnson?”

Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel is like Monday to Thursday from 6am, only on GB News.