Married At First Sight bride Belinda Vickers has unveiled a dramatic new look on Instagram, and her followers can’t stop praising it.
The 29-year-old is well known for her curly brunette hair, but she recently decided to change it up and dye it all a bright flame colour.
Belinda shared a video on Wednesday night documenting the hair transformation, which involved bleaching her locks before dying them orange.
“When you thought my hair couldn’t get any more extra,” she captioned the post.
Her former MAFS co-stars rushed to the comments to compliment her new ‘do.
“Wow you really did mean orange haha I LOVE IT,” Beck Zemeck replied, with Alana Lister posting a series of fire emojis.
Other followers added that the colour really suits her, with one person remarking that she looks like the character Merida from Disney’s film Brave.
“You seriously rock this colour so damn good!” a fan commented. “Hot damn, yes yes yes.”
“That is the most gorgeous colour, I love it!” someone else wrote.
“You have always been gorgeous, but I LOVE the glow up,” a third added, while another said, “I love extra-Belinda”.
Belinda’s fresh look comes after her partner Patrick Dwyer, who she’s stayed with since meeting on Married On First Sight, also revealed his transformation on Instagram.
The personal trainer took to social media to share before and after pics documenting his fitness journey.
“Yes this post is a little cocky, but it’s amazing how much you can change your body with a little bit of hard work and consistency,” Patrick captioned the photo.
“Whether you change by losing weight or change by building muscle, everyone starts somewhere!
“And remember, if you don’t eat your vegetables, you won’t win money at the poker table.”
In addition to his new buff appearance, Patrick underwent a full dental overhaul last month thanks to celebrity dentist Dr Deepan ‘Dr Dee’ Duraisamy.
The 28-year-old received 12 porcelain veneers to fix his teeth, which is believed to have cost a minimum of $24,000.
“Not going to lie, after seeing my teeth on MAFS I realised how bad they were and started to get self-conscious about my smile," he wrote online.
“I did get a lot of negative comments about my teeth but it was when I personally started to dislike them that it started to bother me.”
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