Sarah Hyland called Wells Adams "fiancé of the year" for removing her extensions at home
Life in quarantine means that, for the foreseeable future, beauty treatments are a DIY mission as we practice social distancing to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). But that might mean we have to get a little bit creative with our self-care until we can safely visit our favorite beauty professionals. Even celebs like Sarah Hyland are trying new things. The Modern Family star traded in the salon and instead had her fiancé, Wells Adams, remove her hair extensions. Thankfully for all of us, she documented the entire process on Instagram.
The couple has been cozied up together in quarantine, doing exactly what the rest of us are doing: catching up on their favorite TV shows on the couch. But when Hyland needed her extensions taken out, Adams stepped up to the plate to help her safely remove them. He enlisted the (virtual) help of Hyland’s longtime stylist, Nikki Lee, over FaceTime.
Hyland shared videos of the removal process in a series of now-expired Instagram Stories, calling Adams the “fiancé of the year” for helping her return to her natural strands. And it honestly looks like quite the adventure.
Hyland shared multiple snaps of the extension-removal process, and it seems Adams was game the entire way through.
In the second shot, Hyland joked that Adams “got too much splooge on it,” which we assume means he got a bit too enthusiastic with hair products as he worked.
It seems Hyland was extremely grateful for her fiancé’s help: She called the Bachelorette alum the “best future hubby in the world,” and we’re swooning over all this sweetness.
She then shared an “after” shot, showing off her gorgeous natural curls, all thanks to Adams helping her out. She joked that he “might be callin’ it quits after that.” He responded by saying, “I love you too. I’m never doing that again, though.”
Also, we have to just say that Hyland’s natural lob is gorgeous.
It looks like the couple that attempts DIY hair treatments together, stays together.
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