Many people opt to experiment with their hair during lockdown because if something goes wrong, there is no one to see the disaster, plus it's a great way to move through the boredom of being stuck at home.
Former Packed To The Rafter's star Rebecca Gibney has been keeping busy in lockdown by posting throwback pictures.
However, last night, the actor teased her fans by posting two different pictures of her hair dyed in drastically different colours.
In the first Instagram story, she posted a mirror selfie with her classic blonde shoulder-length hair, and she captioned the picture, "Workshopping a new character look…"
Rebecca looks great, and her red lipstick is absolutely radiant, but once fans had finished admiring the selfie, they were met by a completely new look featured in her next post.
Her red lippy is faded in the shot, and her hair is dyed brunette, and she teased, "Or maybe she's brunette…"
The MasterChef Celebrity contestant has kept the mystery even more airtight by wearing the same top in both pictures.
However, three days ago, she posted a portrait of herself with a lady called Shirley, and her blonde hair is on display.
But it's unlikely the shot was photographed on the day it was uploaded because Sydney was already in lockdown, and it would have been illegal for Rebecca to visit anyone.
The last time the star posted a real-time picture was July 10 to commemorate the last day of filming for Celebrity MasterChef.
She is as blonde as can be in the series of shots - but she has had plenty of time to flip to the dark side.
On Wednesday, Rebecca posted an epic throwback picture of herself from when she was crowned Miss Resilient Flooring for a beauty pageant.
And it proves one thing, which is Bec is a natural blonde.
She captioned the incredible post, "For those that missed it when I posted it the first time and for anyone needing a pick me up - a reminder that sometimes we make decisions when we are young that we look back on and think…. Ok WTAF WAS I thinking?!? …🤷♀️🤦🏼♀️🙄…. Yes I was Miss Resilient Flooring in a beauty pageant … nuff said. You're welcome …😂."
The actor's famous friends loved the iconic throwback, and they expressed their awe in the comment section.
Journalist Tracy Grimshaw wrote, "Miss Glad Rags for the win though 👏," and Lisa Wilkinson commented, "We're all just jealous WE never got that title!!! 😂😂😂👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️."