She made headlines for months as the resident villain on Married At First Sight.
But it seems Ines Basic is ready to put her reality TV days behind her and leverage her newfound notoriety in the fashion industry instead.
The Bosnian-born bad girl has made a shock career change by turning her hand to promoting clothing brands on social media after many of the outfits she wore on MAFS sold out instantly.
The 29-year-old former legal secretary took to Instagram yesterday to share a promo shot with her 153,000 followers, plugging fast-fashion brands Nana Judy and Peppermayo.
The brunette beauty also tagged David Bibley Salon where she recently had her ebony locks transformed with lustrous extensions.
Daily Mail Australia reports Ines could be banking in excess of $450 per sponsored post.
WATCH this video to see Ines flaunt her MAFS makeover look!
It's evident the controversial star has significant selling power, with three of the dresses she sported on the Channel 9 social experiment selling out minutes after she was seen wearing them.
Ines wore a $450 burgundy leather dress by Alice McCall for the reunion special, prompting an almost instantaneous sell out online.
Last week, Ines took some time out of her social media promotional schedule to answer fan's burning queries in an Q&A session on Instagram stories.
The Brisbane resident confirmed she has been getting lip fillers "for many years now".
The confession comes after the polarising reality star said she wouldn't tune into last week's MAFS finale for the sake of her own health.
"It's unhealthy for your heart," she told Daily Mail after a string of public controversies, including a drink driving charge, a televised affair, shocking weightloss, and online trolling.
"I think something needs to be done about online bullying, it's really sad. I don't read comments but sometimes I stumble upon something," she told the website.
"It's really mean. I just would never comment on someone's life story and I definitely wouldn't leave ugly comments on their page.
"Some of it is so nasty I feel sad that my mum has to see it."