Bachelor's Keira Maguire looks unrecognisable in new Instagram post

Keira Maguire has made a strong impact on Australian reality TV since her debut in 2016, but her latest social media post makes her look almost unrecognisable.

The reality TV queen shared a video on her Instagram story showing off skincare products, looking very different to the reality star fans are used to seeing.

Keira Maguire looks very different from her Bachelor In Paradise stint last year.
Keira Maguire looks very different from her appearance on Bachelor In Paradise last year. Photos: Instagram/keiramaguire / Channel Ten

In the video, which appears to be filtered, the 35-year-old sprayed her face with a hydrating mist which makes her look much more plumper than normal.


“It’s so hydrating, it literally makes my face blow up like a blowfish,” Keira told her fans.

“You can actually put this on over make-up,” she added. “I’ll sometimes just spray it for hydration!”

Keira Maguire's face
Keira says her hydrating mist makes her face “blow up like a blowfish”. Photo: Instagram/keiramaguire

Keira's $35,000 ‘makeover’

The Bachelor In Paradise star has previously admitted to having a $35,000 ‘makeover’.

The series of cosmetic procedures included a nose job, breast augmentation, lip fillers, botox, laser skin treatments, vampire facials and eyebrow tattoos.

Keira spoke to Now To Love last year about her decision to undergo a breast enlargement in 2018.

“I think, although people can look at me like [I'm superficial], these changes make me happy and they make me feel like me,” she said.

It’s not all about looks, but if you can enhance something or improve something, I'm all about it.”

She also said that she’s “done” with plastic surgery after getting the two procedures that she’s wanted for 10 years.

Keira Maguire poses in Instagram photo.
The Bachelor star has spent $35,000 on cosmetic procedures, including a nose job in 2016. Photo: Instagram/keiramaguire

Unlucky in love

Keira split with boyfriend and Love Island star Matt Zukowski earlier this year, telling Daily Mail Australia that it was simply bad timing.

“Our relationship didn't end for any other reason than I was so just so busy with work, but who knows what could happen in future,” she said.

The pair went public in July 2020, immediately after Keira left the third season of Bachelor In Paradise.

Last month she launched her own beauty brand ‘skin collective’, designed to ‘elevate your daily beauty routine’.

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