Amanda Stanton isn’t apologizing for crossing state strains in the course of the coronavirus disaster for the sake of her hair.
The “Bachelor” alum, 30, revealed on Monday that she drove from LA, the place salons stay closed, to Arizona to get her tresses touched up.
“Drove very very far to get my hair executed & might have peed on the facet of a dust street as a result of I’m scared to make use of public restrooms,” Stanton captioned a since-expired picture shared to her Instagram Tales. She later shared that the schlep “was value it,” and that she felt “like a brand new particular person.”
The “Bachelor in Paradise” star additionally shared pictures of her new and improved ‘do on her feed, captioned, “by no means been so early to a hair appointment in my life.”
Many followers weren’t happy about Stanton’s option to ignore LA’s shelter-in-place orders, and their criticism prompted the social media star to defend her actions in one other submit on her Tales Tuesday.
“I’ve been very strict with staying house since 3/14. I haven’t even gone to the grocery retailer,” Stanton wrote. “I hadn’t had my hair executed since January and my hairstylist who I’ve been doing to for years JUST opened her salon. I believed I’d quite when she JUST opened than later when extra individuals had been there.”
She added that she and her 8-year-old daughter Kinsley, who joined her for the trek, each examined adverse for COVID-19 earlier than departing, and that the pair are “going to quarantine once more” earlier than seeing household and pals.
“Some would possibly assume that is going to nice lengths to get my hair executed however truthfully, I’ve nothing else to do and isolating for a few weeks after I get house was one thing I used to be keen to do. To every their very own,” Stanton continued. “I’m assured that I’ve been making accountable selections throughout this time and am happy with myself!”
As for why she selected to talk up in regards to the outing? “I actually don’t assume I’ve something to cover,” she concluded. “I really feel actually good about doing my half throughout this pandemic.”