She shot to international fame on the hit Netflix program 13 Reasons Why, Katherine Langford has since undergone a stunning makeover.
Posting to Instagram on Thursday, the 24-year-old shared a picture that showed off her brand newly-bleached blonde hair.
In the photo, the Australian actress looked almost unrecognisable after swapping her trademark sleek brunette locks for beachy blonde waves.
Before and after: Katherine Langford has showed off her stunning hair transformation after swapping her long brunette (left) locks for Make reservations online here beachy blonde waves (right)
Katherine looked casual chic in a patterned shirt, which she accessorised with sunglasses, a gold necklace and matching ring.
She showed off her natural beauty wearing minimal makeup as she soaked up the sun.
She captioned the post: ‘Feeling grateful for these big small moments amidst everything going on these past few days, months, year….It’s been a second. How is everyone feeling?’
Fame: Last month the Perth-born beauty told Stellar Magazine that 13 Reasons Why was ‘the worst, but greatest, first role’ in preparing her for a life in the spotlight
The Cursed star shared her transformation alongside a series of nature photographs showing a wharf, berries and various plants.
Last month the Perth-born beauty told that 13 Reasons Why was ‘the worst, but greatest, first role’ in preparing her for a life in the spotlight.
‘In many ways it was the worst, but also the greatest, first role to have. The reactions afterwards were, and will always be, really special to me,’ Katherine explained.
Breakout role: The Perth-born actress shot to international fame in 2017 with her starring role as Hannah Baker (pictured) in Netflix’s controversial teen drama series
The star, who had no prior acting experience, received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress for her role in the controversial teen drama.
Katherine played American high school student Hannah Baker, who committed suicide after struggling to fit into her environment and a battle with mental health.
She went on to reveal to the magazine that fame has changed how people perceive her.
‘What I realised is that it didn’t change me, but rather how people saw me,’ she said.
Plot: Her character committed suicide after struggling to fit into her school environment and a battle with mental health. Pictured on set with Dylan Minnette who played Clay Jensen
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