Former Hollyoaks actress Sarah Jayne Dunn has unveiled a brand new look on her Instagram page.
The stunning starlet, 40, shared a transformation video of herself before and after at the hairdressers.
Posting a TikTok video to her page, Sarah revealed that she'd transformed her silvery-blonde locks into a pastel-pink shade.
The actress, who played Mandy Richardson on the soap, shot a sultry loo at the camera as she showed off her luscious new do.
Sarah's friends and followers were blown away by her latest look and took to the comments section to share their praise.
Fellow actress Susie Amy remarked: "It's so perfect that it looks like a wig."
While singer Rachel Adedeji shared: "It looks gorgeous."
Another supporter said: "Omg you’re like human candy floss! Work it girl."
Sarah's new look may signify this new time in her life after she exited Hollyoaks recently.
It came after Channel 4 bosses gave her an ultimatum about her OnlyFans account.
A Hollyoaks spokesperson said at the time: "Hollyoaks is a youth-facing drama with many young viewers, who follow our cast very closely, both in the soap and outside of it.
"We take our responsibility to our young audience very seriously and therefore the show does not allow any Hollyoaks cast members to be active on certain 18+ websites.
"We had hoped we could reach a resolution with Sarah that would allow her to remain in her role as Mandy, but we respect her choice to continue to produce content on OnlyFans.
"In the past four years since her return to the show her legacy character has been an integral part of some our most important storylines and we will be very sad to see her go."
Sarah Jayne, who lives in Cheshire with husband Jonathan and their son Stanley, said at the time: "I’m disappointed it has come to this, after so many years.
"I’ve loved being on Hollyoaks and I will miss the amazing cast and crew very much. But I feel like I had to take a stand."
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