Susie Bradley's short and sweet stint on Married At First Sight earlier this year was unforgettable thanks to her explosive outburst and constant fights with "husband" Billy Vincent.
But this week, the MAFS "villain" looked like a whole new person compared to her reality TV days.
Taking to her Instagram account, Susie debuted her new look, revealing she had swapped her trademark short blonde lob for a brunette hue and hair extensions.
"So I did a thing. MASSIVE thank you to the amazing Courtney at @cabello_hairandbeautybar for completely transforming my hair ! I'm blown away by the result & couldn't be happier!!! Swipe for my embarrassing before photo and pictures of the process!" Susie captioned photos of her hair transformation.
She continued: "These are weft hair extensions and have a lifetime of up to 24 months! Move ups 8-10 weekly depending on how fast your hair grows. Once again totally blown away! Legit feel like I'm 16 again."
And Susie sure seemed to be feeling her new look, later uploading a selfie featuring herself as a brunette and captioning it: "Umm just in love with myself."
Susie is no stranger to overhauling her looks and has been open in the past about going under the knife.
The reality star has previously admitted to getting breast implants in Thailand through a plastic surgery tourism company.
Susie has also revealed she has lip fillers and Botox.
WATCH: See all the Married At First Sight brides before and after plastic surgery. Story continues below...
While her "marriage" to Billy quickly imploded on MAFS, Susie has had more luck in the love stakes since filming wrapped.
She is currently dating former NRL player Todd Carney with the couple recently reconciling after a brief split.
"It's, like, totally amazing. I'm like a little schoolgirl when I talk about it," Susie said of Todd during an episode of Talking Married.
"I met someone after the show, and I'm actually in full blown love, it's totally amazing."
- BooksThe best, beach-ready motivational books on the shelves right now
Now To LoveDec 05, 2019