The 32-year-old hairdresser posted a video on Thursday looking barely recognisable from her time on the reality TV show, revealing that she has swapped out her signature blonde hair for a stunning shade of brown.
In the clip, which was originally posted to her TikTok account, Selina wore a white turtleneck while playing with her balayage-dyed tresses.
“It’s really not that bad, it just needs a little… Shaping,” she mouthed in the video. “To the salon!”
The video then transitioned to show her new darker hairstyle, while she also wore a pink top and incredible eye makeup.
“I love it!” the audio continued.
'Gorgeous as always'
A number of Selina’s MAFS co-stars quickly took to the comments to praise her jaw-dropping new look.
“Ahhh yes queen love it so much,” Ella Ding replied, while Domenica Calarco wrote on TikTok: “OBSESSED!!! You look DIVINE!!”
“You look gorgeous as always,” Olivia Frazer shared, followed by Tamara Djordjevic who added, “I LOVE ITTTTTT”.
“We miss you Sel!!!” Brent Vitiello commented.
As well as her fresh hairstyle, Selina also ditched her blue contacts to showcase her natural brown eyes.
'I'm ending it'
Selina’s transformation comes shortly after she opened up to Yahoo Lifestyle about the brutal way her on-screen husband Cody Bromley broke up with her after filming the reunion dinner party.
The reality TV star said that he had been acting ‘very standoffish’ during the night and refused to hold her hand, which escalated on the car ride home.
“I asked him if it was that bad holding my hand and he said, ‘Yeah I just don’t want to’. And then typical Cody, just out of nowhere, he goes, ‘Yeah so, like, I’m just gonna call it. Yeah’,” she said.
“I’m like, ‘What?’. Meanwhile, we’d been filming for like 12-15 hours now, it was now sunrise so I was a little bit rattled like, ‘Wait, what's going on? What did you just say? What do you mean you're calling it? Calling what?’. And he's like, ‘Yeah, I've decided we’re just going to break up. I'm ending it’. Just like that.
“Of course, typical me, I internalise that and I took it as if I did something wrong. So then I was like, what have I done? Is there anything I can do? Did I say something? Did I do something? And it’s awful now thinking back, I can't believe I did that. The whole time I felt like I was going crazy, I was the problem. But that's what people like Cody do, it's so toxic.”
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