Redheads do better! Alex Nation, Bachelor of Paradise, hardly seems recognizable when she introduces her new flame-colored hair
We are used to seeing her TV screens grace her classic blonde bob.
But on Thursday, Bachelor of Paradise star Alex Nation took a leap of faith and changed her hairstyle dramatically.
The 28-year-old took the photos & # 39; s of her new flame-colored hairstyle to Instagram and looks almost unrecognizable.
Totally excited! Bachelor In Paradise & # 39; s Alex Nation (photo), 28, looked unrecognizable when she debuted her new flame-colored hair on Thursday
& # 39; I'm sorry, old Alex can't get on the phone right now, & # 39; Alex joked in her caption.
Her new hair revealed comes after the mother-of-one paid tribute to her ex-fiancé Maegan Luxa to help her explore her sexuality.
Alex went to Instagram earlier this month to share the couple's love affairs in honor of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
What a transformation! & # 39; I'm sorry, old Alex can't get on the phone right now, & # 39; Alex joked in the caption of her Instagram post with her flaming hair.
& # 39; When I met you, something clicked. There was a change in me and I knew that everything was abto change in the most beautiful way, & # 39; wrote Alex.
& # 39; You have given me a safe place to discover and understand who I am. You were there when it all made sense and you were there when nothing was done. & # 39;
Alex continued: & # 39; You allowed me to go through my movements at my own pace to explore my sexuality. I will always be so incredibly grateful for you!
Are they back? Alex (right) paid tribute to her ex-fiancee Maegan Luxa (left) to help her explore her sexuality earlier this month in honor of International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
& # 39; Today is the International day against homophobia, transphobia and biphobia. We have come so far, but work still needs to be done. LGBTQ + I'll see you 12m. & # 39;
The post comes after Alex recently set the record for her sexuality, saying she doesn't want to be & # 39; tagged & # 39; as bisexual.
The former reality star, who in the past had a relationship with men and women, told about her sexual identity Who magazine last month.
& # 39; I'm just Alex, I don't call myself gay, lesbian, bisexual – I'm who I am and make contact with who I contact, and that's just the bottom line, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; When I met you, something clicked. There was a change in me and I knew that everything was about to change in the best way, & Alex wrote on Instagram
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