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Sunday 23 November 2014

Rihanna 'spends £15,000 to rescue hair'

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Rihanna arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Rihanna has reportedly spent £15,000 to salvage her hair after a spa disaster.

According to reports, the stunning singer has flown her US stylist to London first class because she didn't trust local hairdressers with her precious mane.

The star had been enjoying a swim and sauna at her London hotel but the humidity allegedly ruined her locks.

"When she got out, her hair was tangled and matted. She slapped a load of conditioner on but it didn't get through the mass," a source told British newspaper The Sun.

"She didn't want to take the chance on an unknown [stylist]."

According to the insider, Rihanna was desperate to get her own hair expert Ursula Stephen to sort out her tresses.

She was due to appear on UK TV series The Jonathan Ross show that night, so desperate measures had to be taken, and the beauty didn't mind paying the price for it.

In the meantime, the 24-year-old songstress hid her locks under a baseball cap.

"Because they were on such a tight schedule, they had to get her on the first flight. Rihanna didn't care about paying a fortune," the source explained.

"Rihanna shoved a hat on to go to the studios. She was fine when she knew Ursula was on her way."

Rihanna has been experimenting with her locks of late. She recently debuted her bleach blonde tresses after sporting natural brunette curls for a while.

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