Fans react to Domenica’s shock transformation

She looks amazing!
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We can always count on Married at First Sight star Domenica Calarco to give us fashion inspiration.

But the 29-year-old has also induced serious hair envy after debuting a fresh new look.

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During a trip to London in late-July, Domenica took to Instagram to show off her platinum blonde hair and fresh bob cut.

“Blonde, bra-less and in London,” Domenica captioned the snap, which sent fans and fellow celebs into a spin.

“Obsessed w this look!” Abbie Chatfield commented, while Domenica’s former MAFS co-star Kate Laidlaw simply wrote: “🙌🔥❤️”.

Fans were also quick to throw their support behind the series’ breakout star.

Domenica revealed a cropped platinum ‘do. (Credit: Instagram)

“Obsessed with the blonde!” one wrote.

“Blonde is fab on you. You should come to Ireland for a visit 💚,” another suggested.

“Glad you’re in the 🇬🇧 love your hair! X,” added another excited admirer.

Domenica’s edgy new ‘do is worlds away from the look she sported during her time on MAFS earlier this year.

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When viewers were introduced to Domenica on the latest season, she had slightly longer caramel locks.

Domenica’s beauty transformation comes a month after she took her fans on a trip down memory lane to her teenage years.

The reality star shared a series of photos on Instagram, showing her school photos taken in year six and year eight.

Since the show, Domenica has started a podcast with her co-star Ella Ding. (Credit: Instagram)

“Lip gloss gal from year 6,” Domenica captioned the first snap, which showed her looking fresh-faced as she posed for her school picture.

The MAFS fan-favourite also shared a photo from year eight, showing off her signature tooth gap.

“Never getting rid of the gap,” she captioned the snap, adding: “Who had this headband?!” referring to a bowtie headband that was made hugely popular by Supre in the mid-2000s.

This article first appeared on our sister site, Now to Love.

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