Sommer Ray Dripping Wet In Bathrobe For 'Special Occasion'

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Sommer Ray is soaking wet in a leopard-print bathrobe to earmark a "special occasion." The 24-year-old fitness model and social media sensation, recently hitting 26 million followers on Instagram, this week proved why she's also gaining fans over on TikTok, with a video posted for her 10.4 million followers racking up views. Sommer, who tends to update in her teeny bikinis and sportswear from her Sommer Ray's Shop, was going self-care here, but she still offered plenty to look at. Check it out below.

Haircare Is Self-Care

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Scroll for the video, one that now sees Ray being told she absolutely doesn't need makeup. The Colorado native, who has been upping the glam of late with dolled-up photoshoots, was all pared-down here, seen 100% makeup-free and at home while walking fans through her complex haircare routine.

The low-key video, seeing Sommer in a fluffy, animal-print bathrobe, came without the usual muscle display. Instead, Sommer was showing off soaking-wet hair after her shower, plus a ton of fancy, high-end hair products.

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All smiles and clearly targeting her female followers, Sommer opened: "Guys, I'm gonna show you my hair routine," as she brushed her wet locks. 

"When I get out the shower, I put in leave-in conditioner," Sommer continued, adding that "I use a bunch of different ones." Volumizer was then used, with the star saying she nearly always lets "my hair air dry," but this was a "special occasion," with the bikini bombshell opting for a curl-it blow-out. "I'm gonna curl it, so....," she added.   

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On Her Sexy Image

Sommer has opened up on her image. In 2018, the star was dubbed "Not Your Average Instagram Model" by Forbes, with the media outlet offering Sommer a chance to speak for herself.

“I want girls to know that I’m for them. I want to show them my personality and show them that I’m not just a dumb bimbo. Because that’s what you think. You see a girl on Instagram, showing her body, and it’s just substance less," she told the magazine.