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How celebrities are switching up their style while self-isolating, from going grey to growing beards

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Self-isolation, social distancing and shelter-in-place orders during the coronavirus pandemic mean salons and barber shops are shuttering.

Though many celebrities own mansions outfitted with home gyms, spa-worthy digs and personal staff, some are adjusting to the coronavirus quarantine by embracing DIY manicures and cuts, rugged beards and at-home hair colour.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards used her downtime to show fans how she touches up her own roots with a box of Clairol, as did Teri Hatcher.

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But others are giving their natural grey hair a chance to grow.

Kelly Ripa — who snuck in one last Botox appointment before self-isolating — exposed her grey roots on Instagram Stories after a week of staying home.

Kevin Hart also revealed himself to be a “frequent dyer” who is now leaving his “s***load of grey hair” alone.

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Jim Carrey, meanwhile, announced his intentions to grow a beard “until we all go back to work,” sharing a selfie of his facial fuzz.

Others vowed to follow suit, while Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams quipped, “Gonna do this with my armpits.”

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Will Smith also used his own hirsute moment to inspired a video montage featuring his memorable movie moments, digitally adding grey-flecked beards.

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Former presidential candidate and recent Jimmy Kimmel fill-in host Pete Buttigieg also showed off some scruff.

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Though he’s usually dispensing makeovers to other people on Queer Eye, reality star Jonathan Van Ness gave himself a grooming update while self-isolating.

Van Ness documented his transformation as he shaved off his beard and full handlebar moustache.

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Singer Pink also went for a crop — for better or worse.

The pop star posted a video admitting that she drunkenly cut her own hair while at home, resulting in a slightly butchered pixie cut.

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Blake Shelton is also leaning into his dramatic ‘do: the “quarantine mullet.”

The country singer posted a video of girlfriend Gwen Stefani caressing his locks after shaving stripes above his ears.

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Actor Anthony Rapp, meanwhile, went for a full buzz cut.

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Not everyone is ready to give up their creature comforts while cooped up, however.

A home-bound Ashley Graham showed off bold eye makeup on Instagram, telling fans that “getting ready and feeling like I am in my routine for a few minutes of the day gave me a short escape from the brain fog I’ve been feeling.”

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