What's Rising

MAFS’ Elizabeth Sobinoff reveals plans to change her hair back to blonde

Blondes have more fun! MAFS’ Elizabeth Sobinoff reveals plans to change her hair AGAIN… after six different hairstyles

Married at First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff is know for her changing appearance.

And on Monday, the 27-year-old hinted she’s going back to blonde after debuting nearly half a dozen hairstyles over the last few months.

In an Instagram post, the jewellery store manager shared a throwback photo of her blonde hair and hinted that she misses the hairstyle.

Back to blonde? Married at First Sight's Elizabeth Sobinoff hinted on Monday she wants to dye her hair back from brown to blonde. Pictured at Channel Nine's Oscars luncheon in February

Back to blonde? Married at First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff hinted on Monday she wants to dye her hair back from brown to blonde. Pictured at Channel Nine’s Oscars luncheon in February 

‘I feel that chameleon vibe coming on again – chameleon,’ she captioned.

Elizabeth dramatically dyed her hair brown with blonde highlights back in February, after being criticised by trolls for her long platinum hair extensions on MAFS.

In March, she debuted a sleek bob and the shorter hairstyle left fans wondering whether she had ditched her hair extensions altogether.

The following month, she switched the style again after getting long black extensions.

Darker look: Elizabeth dramatically dyed her hair brown with blonde highlights back in February, after being criticised by trolls for her long platinum hair extensions on MAFS

Shorter 'do: In March, she debuted a sleek bob and the shorter hairstyle left fans wondering whether she had ditched her hair extensions altogether

Changing appearance: Elizabeth has changed her hair at least six times since her stint on MAFS earlier this year

Sleek: Elizabeth dyed her hair black and added long hair extensions last month

Sleek: Elizabeth dyed her hair black and added long hair extensions last month

Roughly one week later, the Sydneysider changed her hair for the fifth time – this time getting brown and honey-coloured tresses.

Last month, she lightened her hair and added more blonde highlights – marking her sixth hair change.

And her hair isn’t the only thing that keeps changing. 

Before and after: She showed off her dramatic weight loss last week, months after she was fat-shamed by her 'husband' Sam Ball on their wedding day. Pictured in 2018

Before and after: She showed off her dramatic weight loss last week, months after she was fat-shamed by her 'husband' Sam Ball on their wedding day. Pictured on Tuesday

Before and after: She showed off her dramatic weight loss last week, months after she was fat-shamed by her ‘husband’ Sam Ball on their wedding day. Pictured left: in 2018, and right: in a photo shared to Instagram on Tuesday

Last week, Elizabeth showed off her dramatic weight loss in months after she was fat-shamed by her ‘husband’ Sam Ball on their wedding day. 

The outspoken reality star showed off her slimmed-down physique in a photo shared to Instagram – but when fans asked for her ‘weight loss secrets’ she replied that the trick was ‘getting rid of toxic people’.

Shocking: Elizabeth's weight loss comes after her ex-'husband' Sam Ball (right) fat-shamed her on their MAFS wedding day

Shocking: Elizabeth’s weight loss comes after her ex-‘husband’ Sam Ball (right) fat-shamed her on their MAFS wedding day

Elizabeth’s weight loss comes after her ex-‘husband’ Sam Ball fat shamed her on their MAFS wedding day, which aired on TV earlier this year. 

‘I’ve never really dated girls as big as Elizabeth in the past,’ he told producers, before adding that he would have to get her ‘running in the mornings’ to lose weight.

How rude! Sam told producers, 'I've never really dated girls as big as Elizabeth in the past'

How rude! Sam told producers, ‘I’ve never really dated girls as big as Elizabeth in the past’

In March, Elizabeth revealed she was diagnosed with Porphyria and autoimmune disease (a mild form of Lupus) over a year ago, which causes her weight to fluctuate.

‘There’s been a lot of curiosity out there, people saying to me, ‘How have you lost a bit of weight?’ she wrote on Instagram.

‘What I want to put out there is that I have porphyria, and how you manage porphyria is with a high carb diet.

‘I use chocolate because my body can tolerate it right now. Before I get the ‘there are healthier alternatives’, it is working for me currently, and I get scared to try a lot of foods because my body also rejects ‘healthy food’ too, it’s not bias.

‘Also lots of people out there have to be on medication, and unfortunately weight gain can be a common side effect for a lot of chronic illness meds or chronic illness in general. Sometimes the weight gain in this can be more than 20 kilograms.’

Candid: In March, Elizabeth said she was diagnosed with Porphyria and autoimmune disease (a mild form of Lupus) over a year ago, which causes her weight to fluctuate

Candid: In March, Elizabeth said she was diagnosed with Porphyria and autoimmune disease (a mild form of Lupus) over a year ago, which causes her weight to fluctuate

Candid: In March, Elizabeth said she was diagnosed with Porphyria and autoimmune disease (a mild form of Lupus) over a year ago, which causes her weight to fluctuate. Pictured (left) in a MAFS promo photo taken last year and (right) in May this year

Daily Mail UK

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top