Stop trying to make rollers happen! Scousewives board train to London sporting Liverpool's favourite pre-night out look
It's a favourite Liverpool daytime trend.
And it seems Desperate Scousewives Amanda Harrington and Debbie O'Toole are keen to spread the word southwards.
The pair both boarded a train to London earlier today wearing their blonde locks in large pink rollers.
Heading South, Scouse style: Amanda Harrington and Debbie O'Toole hopped on a train from Liverpool to London earlier today wearing pink rollers in their hair
Apparently keen to co-ordinate, the pair also carried the same black leather studded handbag.
Amanda, 30, was unusually covered up in black jeans and a black t-shirt with diamante detail, with a leather jacket.
Debbie, 26, was more daring in brown leather and grey fur boots over long pink checked socks, baring her thighs in a short dress, completing the odd melange with a furry peach gilet.
Planning a big one: Though Amanda was dressed down in black jeans, it was clear from her eye-makeup and hair wear that she was planning a big night
Debbie didn't appear to have applied much makeup yet- whereas her companion sported her customary thick black eyeliner.
The two were heading to meet Debbie's sister Gillian, who arrived at Euston earlier.
posted excitedly this afternon: 'Looking forward to partying tonight
@55ClubLondon with @DebbiexOToolex @missgillotoole ♥'
Debbie wrote: 'ha nope trains jus b4 2
so jus getn ready now head full of rollers but oh well al have nice
hair 4 2nite hahaha x'
ladies debuted the style during the pilot episode of Desperate
Scouswives, when Chloe and Amanda headed out onto the streets of
Liverpool wearing large green and pink rollers.
Not travelling light: The pair were heading down to the capital for a night out with Debbie's sister Gillian, and looked well-equipped for the evening
volume being the watchword as far as style is concerned, it's no wonder
that the girls are willing to go to such lenths to ensure their locks
remain as bouffant as possible.
Sleep-in rollers, suitable for bedtime, have also been hailed as a revelation by cast members.
grooming aids are a Merseyside favourite, often worn in public to
indicate that the wearer is planning a big night out later on.
recently opened up to the Liverpool Echo about the demands of filming
the first series of Desperate Scousewives, which has yet to be
recomissioned for another season.
She said: 'We spend such long hours filming and, even if we started at 2pm, we had to be in hair and make-up at 8am.'
Fashion miss: Debbie wore an odd melange of fur and leather boots, pink checked socks and a furry peach gilet for the journey
'It got so that you grabbed something to eat whenever you could, and it was usually pizza and sandwiches which were brought in.'
'My fitness and healthy eating regime totally went to pot so it’s a good job I’ve got a couple of months off now so I can get back to my training and eating properly.'
'I have got nothing else lined up – none of us had the time,' she added.
Gillian joined several of her castmates at the No.1 Boot Camp in Norfolk to see who could hack the tough regime.
Popular look: Amanda and Scousewives cast mate Chloe Cummings wore rollers out during the first episode of the series
The group got up at the crack of dawn every day for a two mile run before breakfast, and endured a nine mile walk later in the day and alfresco ice baths in the evening.
Gillian was clearly anticipating the chance to relax tonight, writing: 'see u all later cant wait 2 get glamed up an ava drink after that @no1bootcamp'
A little peckish, she added: 'off for some tasty food I deserve it ;)'