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Bachie star Brittany Hockley has debuted a new look after switching her short, honey-hued hair for a much longer, 'luscious mane' over the weekend.
The podcast host, 33, hit the salon on the Gold Coast to revitalise what she described as the 'limp semi-mullet' she'd been sporting for a while now after lightening her raven locks to platinum blonde.
Britt shared her stunning transformation in a short video on Instagram, which she captioned:
"Spent a year going from black to blonde because #crisis (we’ve all been there).
"Then followed this up with a few months of solid neglect and in turn ended up with a short, bronzed, limp, semi mullet. I only have myself to blame," she added.
The tennis WAG joked that her current 'do wasn't suitable for 'upcoming work commitments' which prompted her to undergo a mini hair makeover.
She thanked the staff at Elite Hair Extensions for making her 'feel human again' by giving her a 'luscious mane' courtesy of several inches of real human hair extensions.
Britt departed the salon with a beaming smile and sleek, shiny locks that sat mid-way down her chest.
Her followers were just as smitten with her new look, describing it as 'fantastic,' 'gorgeous' and 'perfection' in the comments.
"I can't keep up with your hairstyles," declared one fan, to which Britt replied, "I know neither can I".
Britt's post-Bachie love
Emergency radiographer Britt rose to fame on Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins's season of The Bachelor in 2018, where she made it to the final two alongside Sophie Tieman. Sadly, both women were left single at the end when the former footballer refused to commit to either.
Britt later coupled up with fellow Bachie star Timm Hanley after appearing on Bachelor In Paradise, but they parted ways soon after.
She went public with her romance with tennis player Jordan Thompson in February this year, with the pair travelling to the UK for Wimbledon mid-pandemic.
Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle in August, Britt joked that she knew Jordan, 27, was the right guy for her "because he was the first person that I dated in years that I didn't turn around and run from".
"As cliche as it sounds, it just felt right. My mum always said, 'You'll just know. There is no explaining it,' and she was right. It's just a feeling. It was so easy and effortless. We felt like we had known each other for years, and gosh, all we do is laugh!"
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