Married At First Sight: Natasha Spencer debuts her dramatic new look

Several Married At First Sight stars have been surprising fans with dramatic new looks in recent weeks, including Aleks Markovic and Ivan Sarakula.

And it was Natasha Spencer’s turn to debut her transformation on Tuesday as she documented her hair makeover on Instagram.

The financial analyst, 27, has swapped her glossy brunette hair for a longer, blonde style, eight months after starring in Nine’s social experiment.

Making a change: Married At First Sight bride Natasha Spencer (pictured with her ex-'husband' Mikey Pembroke) has become the latest reality star to debut a dramatic new look

Making a change: Married At First Sight bride Natasha Spencer (pictured with her ex-‘husband’ Mikey Pembroke) has become the latest reality star to debut a dramatic new look

‘In case you ever wondered just why girls spend so long in a salon,’ she captioned her post, which showed her in a salon chair.

‘Shout out to @leschoix_ for getting my natural hair so damn blonde! Her extensions are exclusive to her salon and are single donor Russian virgin hair… It’s basically silk.’

In the accompanying clip, Natasha cheekily smiled as she waited for her foils to set.

She then showed off her freshly coloured blonde locks, before having extensions added and curled.

The way she was: The financial analyst, 27, has swapped her glossy brunette hair (pictured) for a longer, blonde style, eight months after starring in Nine's social experiment

The way she was: The financial analyst, 27, has swapped her glossy brunette hair (pictured) for a longer, blonde style, eight months after starring in Nine’s social experiment 

'In case you ever wondered just why girls spend so long in a salon': Natasha cheekily smiled as she waited for her foils to set while at her local hair salon

‘In case you ever wondered just why girls spend so long in a salon’: Natasha cheekily smiled as she waited for her foils to set while at her local hair salon

Results: Her new appearance delighted fans, with many saying they 'love the curls'

Results: Her new appearance delighted fans, with many saying they ‘love the curls’

Her new appearance delighted fans, with many saying they ‘love the curls’.

‘This new hair on you is a vibe,’ one of her Instagram followers commented, while another added: ‘Is there any styles you can’t do?’

It comes after Natasha slammed several stars from the Married At First Sight franchise for participating in the show’s upcoming reunion special.

Lashing out: It comes after Natasha slammed several stars from the Married At First Sight franchise for participating in the show's upcoming reunion special

Lashing out: It comes after Natasha slammed several stars from the Married At First Sight franchise for participating in the show’s upcoming reunion special

She said it was hypocritical for the likes of Ines Basic to publicly slam the series only to then return for another round.

‘It’s quite strange to see people back, like Ines in particular,’ she told the Reality TV & Me podcast.

‘Even though she was a villain she got really sick after the show and her mental health deteriorated and it surprised me that she’d go back and rebrand herself with MAFS.

‘I just think they’ve done it to create drama. It’s great for viewing but it really surprises me that people would be silly enough to go back and associate themselves with a brand that has done nothing but bring damage to people’s mental health.’ 

How soon they forget: She said it was hypocritical for the likes of Ines Basic (pictured) to publicly slam the series only to then return for another round

How soon they forget: She said it was hypocritical for the likes of Ines Basic (pictured) to publicly slam the series only to then return for another round 

Speaking out: 'I just think they've done it to create drama. It's great for viewing but it really surprises me that people would be silly enough to go back and associate themselves with a brand that has done nothing but bring damage to people's mental health,' Natasha said

Speaking out: ‘I just think they’ve done it to create drama. It’s great for viewing but it really surprises me that people would be silly enough to go back and associate themselves with a brand that has done nothing but bring damage to people’s mental health,’ Natasha said

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