Recent research conducted by Hairtrade.com revealed that 87 percent of women who have hair extensions will lie about them to their nearest and dearest.
So given these unbelievable figures I decided to enlist the help of a top celebrity hairstylist to shed light on who's faking it among the rich and famous set.
Julie Mansour from Sydney hairdressers-to-the-stars Pierre Haddad, who has tended to the tresses of model and WAG Jesinta Franklin and Studio 10 panellist Jo Casamento, has lifted the lid on which Aussie celebs have enhanced their looks with hair extensions.
From an actress and popular reality star to a high profile AFL WAG: A hairstylist to the stars has revealed which celebrities are faking it with hair extensions and who are blessed with natural glossy long longs
'You'd be surprised at who's faking it these days as good quality hair extensions are extremely convincing,' Mansour said.
She explained that the secret behind Bachelor In Paradise star Cassandra Wood's stunning mermaid-style tresses is 'layers and layers of platinum blonde individual hair extensions'.
Meanwhile, Laurina Fleure, who rose to fame on The Bachelor franchise is a 'hair extensions devotee.'
The brunette Beauty, who regularly steps out with Victoria's Secret runway-worthy tousled locks, has been documenting her obsession with hair extensions on social media for years.
Fan: Sweaty Betty PR founder Roxy Jacenko, 38, has been a 'huge fan' of hair extensions for the past 10 years
Switch: The Sydney PR queen has made no secret of her use of hair extensions on social media - as one day she's sporting a platinum blonde long bob (left), and the next she's showing off Barbie-doll-style sweeping flaxen waves (right)
'I was never blessed with long lush locks in fact I have all of about nine hairs! I started getting extensions about ten years ago and have tried every type from wefts to tapes and now have settled on individuals,' Roxy (pictured) told Daily Mail Australia
Mansour also revealed that Studio 10 panellist Jo Casamento helps pump up her blonde long 'lob' with extensions, despite having shorter locks.
Elsewhere, Sweaty Betty PR founder Roxy Jacenko, 38, has been a 'huge fan' of hair extensions for the past 10 years.
The Sydney PR queen has made no secret of her use of them on social media - one day she's sporting a platinum blonde long bob, and the next she’s showing off Barbie-doll-style sweeping flaxen waves.
Love is in the hair extensions! Laurina Fleure, (pictured) who regularly steps out with Victoria's Secret runway-worthy tousled locks, has been documenting her obsession with hair extensions on social media for year
'I was never blessed with long lush locks, in fact I have all of about nine hairs! I started getting extensions about ten years ago and have tried every type from wefts to tapes and now have settled on individuals,' Roxy told Daily Mail Australia.
'I find they are far more comfortable to sleep on, I don't end up with a headache from any tightness like you would from wefts and gone are the days of walking along and a tape extension dropping on the floor!'
Sydney fashion Blogger Laura Hazzouri also rated a mention by Mansour, along with media personality Mel Greig.
On the flip side , Mansour said that it's most likely short-haired stars, such as former Beauty journalist turned skincare founder Zoë Foster Blake, glamorous NRL WAG Phoebe Burgess and model Lara Worthington (née Bingle), are rocking their natural locks.
Short hair, don't care! Perhaps more surprisingly, Studio 10 panellist Jo Casamento (pictured) helps pump up her blonde long bob with hair extensions
And surprisingly, she believes that former Home and Away star Pia Miller does not appear to wear hair extensions on a regular basis.
'Pia is naturally blessed with impossibly glossy long locks,' she explained.
'She reportedly swears by washing her hair just once every four days and by applying salt water spray frequently - it's certainly working for her!'
Another unexpected addition to the 'real hair squad' is Bachelor star and 'Tahitian goddess', Elora Murger.
The serial reality television contestant, who first appeared on Matty J's season of The Bachelor in 2017, claimed her cascading sunkissed waves are 'totally au naturel'.
Faux hair, don't care! Sydney fashion Blogger, Laura Hazzouri (pictured) also regularly wears hair extensions
Blonde ambition: Media personality, Mel Greig also use hair extensions, according to an Australian celebrity hairstylist
'I have no (extensions),' she confirmed to Daily Mail Australia, before adding: 'My hair grows way better in Hawaii.'
She said she achieves her long, healthy tresses by routinely lathering her hair in 'coconut oil and letting it soak overnight'.
Meanwhile, Mansour went on to reveal YouTube star and Hit Network radio star Tanya Hennessy has been blessed with a 'bona fide crowning glory.'
Fans could be fooled into thinking Tanya has been fitted with a full-head of extensions as she sports strong, thick hair which almost reaches her waist.
But Mansour said the raven-haired radio star's impressive mane is '100 per cent authentic.'
Mansour explained that extensions are not just limited to long hair.
'Pia is naturally blessed with impossibly glossy long locks': Former Home and Away star Pia Miller does not appear to wear hair extensions on a regular basis
'There's a misconception that hair extensions are just for clients with medium or long hair. But the truth is extensions can be added to an extensive range of lengths,' she said.
'Hair extensions are the perfect solution for clients who want to add volume, oomph and texture to their bob or lob.'
Mansour went on to explain that natural hair needs to be at least six to seven inches long (which is around shoulder length) for 'extensions to be placed securely on the clients hair'.
'Totally au naturel!' Another unexpected addition to the 'real hair squad' is Tahitian goddess, Elora Murger (pictured)
She believes that hair extensions are the ultimate accessory for celebrities and high-profile identities as they essentially eliminate 'bad hair