Love Island star Eve Gale looks totally unrecognisable as she reveals incredible transformation

LOVE Island star Eve Gale has wowed fans with an incredible hair transformation – leaving her looking unrecognisable.

The reality TV alum took to her social media to show off her brand new pink locks on Friday afternoon as she struck a sultry pose for the camera.

Eve, 22, who took part in the ITV2 dating show alongside twin sister Jess in 2020, swapped her signature blonde locks for a long, pink wig.

Pouting for the camera as she kneeled on the floor, the star showed off her curves in a skin-coloured lycra jumpsuit, cropped at her thighs.

She sported a glamorous palette of make-up for the occasion, including a pink lip and false lashes, as well as a chiselled contour.

Eve made sure her peachy behind was on full display in the collection of snaps, where she was also seen brushing her baby pink hair off her shoulder.

It came as the star announced she had created the "perfect selection of wigs" ahead of the Christmas party season as she gushed over her new "goddess hair".

Fans were stunned by the snap, and flooded the comments section to heap praise on the star – calling her "beautiful" and "stunning".

One wrote: "You are looking great," as a second chimed in: "Wow Eve this is soooo incredible."

Eve is no stranger to wowing her fans with her incredible figure, as she was spotted last year showing off her peachy bum on a London balcony.

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Earlier this year, Eve joined some of her former Love Island co-stars at Italian restaurant Rosso for the I Saw It First fashion party in the northern city.

Their season, which took place in Cape Town, South Africa in January 2020, was the first ever winter Love Island.

As soon after they returned home to the UK it was unfortunate that the coronavirus pandemic hit and they had to stay indoors to help stop the spread of the deadly bug.

However, as restrictions were lifted and things were getting back to normal, the reality stars could be seen making up for lost time.

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