Love Island's Jess Harding was back in her salon uniform on Tuesday (August 15) as she returned to her day job just two weeks after being crowned series winner alongside Sammy Root.
The 22-year old London native is the proud owner of Candy Aesthetics, offering clients a range of cosmetic beauty services including anti-wrinkle injections and fillers.
Despite her newfound fame and £25,000 prize money, the ITV star is keen to continue with her business work – something she confessed to missing during her time in the villa.
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Prior to jetting off to Majorca for the summer, she explained: "As I have my own business I’d really like to work on that side of stuff.
"After the show I’d like to set up more clinics. That’s definitely my goal."
True to her word, she confessed last week: "I'm thinking of going back one day every week or fortnight."
And in a post shared by the salon, it was confirmed that Jess would be back in work on August 24, where she has "limited slots" remaining.
The news of her return delighted fans, meanwhile, with one commenting: "Cant wait to get my lips done by you again x."
Another added: "Our beautiful girl Jess. Back where you belong!!"
And a third wrote: "So proud of you Candy Girl."
Last week Jess and Sammy opened up on their blossoming relationship as they spend more time in each other's company.
The pair were welcomed onto Lorraine where they were interviewed by Christine Lampard, admitting that sometimes they just sit in silence as there are only so many things they can discuss with each other.
Christine asked the duo about some of the behind-the-scenes moments in the villa that the audience at home to not get to see, and Sammy admitted that he only had fun on the show.
"It was genuinely the best experience of my life like I haven't laughed that much since school, I haven't had that much fun," he explained.
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Whilst Jess added that the group were always in a "bubble" but they would run out of things to talk about, so they would be creative and come up with silly ideas.
She revealed: "It's constant laughs and because you're in such a bubble, all you're doing is chatting and getting to know people.
"Sometimes it gets to those sort of where it's like you've talked so much, 'what can we think of?' like to do.
"We just come up with all these funny ideas and making dance routines. I don't know, just being weird and just laughing."
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