Former Home and Away star Sam Frost rocks shorter hair as she unveils dramatic makeover

Aussie TV star Sam Frost has debuted a new look on social media.

The former Home and Away star looked as sophisticated as ever as she unveiled a new hairstyle on Instagram to coincide with her appearance at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane where she was recording an episode of the podcast, Life Uncut.

In the selfie taken backstage, Frost appeared with shoulder-length hair with darker roots and lighter ends, a refreshing look from the usual long blonde tresses she sports.

The 34-year-old, who also rocked natural makeup, completed her chic transformation with a double-breasted blazer dress from Saba.

Friends such as Ricki-Lee Coulter and former Bachelor castmate Sarah-Mae Amey were among the many to comment, leaving fire emojis alongside the photo.

The former Bachelor and original Bachelorette star first cut her hair shorter in September, much to the delight of her former Home and Away co-stars.

“Yassssss I love this look on uuuuuuu” Sarah Roberts, commented, while Lynne McGranger wrote: “Gorgeous girlie.”

Frost is no stranger to switching up her looks. In 2015, one years after she appeared as a contestant on The Bachelor, she said ditched her light balayage and for brunette locks.

“Whoever said blondes have more fun didn’t know much about being brunette looks gorgeous,” she gushed at the time on Instagram.

Over the years, she went back and forth between the hues before once again dying her hair brown last year.

Frost’s new look comes two months after she announced she will be offering exclusive content to her Instagram followers who pay $1.99 to be a subscriber.

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Those who fork out the fee will get a subscriber badge, shout-outs, coaching, classes and even the option to ask Frost anything on the platform.

It comes after Instagram had recently begun showcasing a paid subscription service, which allows those who pay access to additional content.