With her floor length ball gowns and flowing locks, Sam Faiers is known as one of the more sophisticated TOWIE girls.
But it seems blonde Sam has fallen into a typically Essex girl pitfall - she has not had her roots done properly.
At the show's wrap party, The Only Way Is Essex star looked stunning from the front in a floor length gown, but from the back her dark roots were exposed, wildly clashing with her otherwise sophisticated look.
All smiles: But Sam Faiers may be angry at her hairdresser after she sees these pictures
But perhaps her stylist was just confused as the 20-year-old has changed her hair colour in recent weeks.And although Sam, who famously ditched playboy Mark Wright at the end of the last episode of the show, she may have the upper hand in the love stakes, it seems she needs to take a harder line with her hairdresser.
In September the boutique owner proudly announced she was ditching her long blonde locks to go back to her more natural dark side.
Head down: Sam Faiers, pictured with sister Billie, may regret keeping her eyes to the floor (and not in the mirror) at the TOWIE wrap party
Back to her roots: Perhaps Sam Faiers had just opted for a half head of colour when she visited the salon
Then in a matter of weeks the pretty reality starlet seemed to have caved in and was seen filming in October back to a lighter look.
Keeping it up: In the days before the wrap party Sam, pictured with TOWIE newcomer Peri Sinclair, left, kept her badly done roots out of the limelight
One of her co-stars may be more than happy with Sam's fashion faux pas.
Lauren, 25, spoke exclusively to Star magazine this week saying she feels as though Sam has 'stabbed' her in the back over her fledgling relationship with her ex Mark. He is scheduled to take part in jungle reality show I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here which starts on ITV on Sunday evening.
Darker locks: Sam with darker hair looks every inch the vixen
Dumped: Sam ended her fling with Mark, right, in TOWIE's last episode. He is set to appear in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here which starts on Sunday
'I’m really p****d off,' she said of Sam, 20. 'It’s really unfair. What’s the need for it?
'She’s hurt me loads. Right now it’s really awkward.'