On Friday, the 38-year-old showed followers her brassy tresses in an Instagram post, just before her hairstylist who refreshed her look.
Hours later, the WAG shared photos of her revamped deep blonde locks ahead of her night out on the town.
Looking fresh! It was straight to the hair salon for Bec Judd (pictured), after Melbourne’s 262 day lockdown was finally lifted. After her appointment, she shared photos of her revamped deep blonde locks ahead of her night out on the town
The new look got her praise from her sister Kate Twigley, who commented: ‘HAWT,’ as well as Go-To skincare founder Zoë Foster Blake, who wrote: ‘NICE.’
Bec’s best friend Nadia Bartel also shared feedback on her refreshed hairdo, writing: ‘Love it.’
Nadia’s comment on Bec’s Instagram post comes after she recently made her return to Instagram this week following her white power scandal.
The former WAG, 36, shared video endorsing the new denim collection from her label, Henne, on Tuesday.
Lockdown look: The 38-year-old had taken a selfie showing her followers the brassy tones in her tresses in an Instagram post just before her hairstylist who refreshed her locks
High praise! The glamorous new look got her praise from her sister Kate Twigley, who commented: ‘HAWT,’ as Go-To skincare founder Zoë Foster Blake wrote: ‘NICE’
She’s a fan! Bec’s best friend Nadia Bartel also shared feedback on her refreshed hairdo, writing: ‘Love it’
The clip shared to Instagram showed Nadia, who is the ex-wife of former footy star Jimmy Bartel, modelled looks from the label, including jeans in various colours.
She wrote in her caption: ‘We have been working hard on our denim collection all year and it’s finally here! I am so excited to share @henne_ denim officially dropping tomorrow, 2 styles in 4 must have colours.
‘The ‘Ebony’ comes in black and mid blue, it’s a classic, high rise, tapered leg style that finishes at the ankle. The ‘Pernilla’ comes in white and light blue, a wider leg style that sits slightly off the body and longer in leg length.
‘You can go up a size or two in this style for more of an oversized look #henneisforher’.
Return: Nadia’s comment on Bec’s Instagram post comes after she made her return to Instagram this week following her white power scandal. Nadia Bartel is pictured
She’s back: The former WAG, 36, made her return to Instagram on Tuesday following her white power scandal
All work: She shared video endorsing the new denim collection from her label, Henne
Nadia got lots of support in the comments, with Bec writing: ‘Yassssss – love the light denim’
Nadia got lots of support in the comments, with Bec writing: ‘Yassssss – love the light denim’.
Her last post before the Henne advertisement was an apology for her ‘snorting’ scandal’, made on September 3.
‘Hi everyone, I have let you all down by my actions. I take full responsibility and I am committed to taking all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in future,’ she wrote.
‘To my family and friends, my business partners and the public health workers trying to keep us all safe, I am embarrassed and remorseful.
Apology: Nadia’s last post before the Henne advertisement on Tuesday was an apology for her ‘snorting’ scandal’, made on September 3
‘I am truly and deeply sorry. I hope I can earn your forgiveness and, in time, your trust.’
Damning footage showed the former WAG attending an illegal gathering in Melbourne during the Covid lockdown on September 2.
Bartel and three other women were each fined $5,452 after footage from the party was accidentally posted on Instagram by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.
Caught on camera: Damning footage showed the former WAG attending an illegal gathering in Melbourne during the Covid lockdown on September 2
But the most humiliating part of the scandal was seeing Nadia, once known for her impeccably clean-cut image, snorting a line of white powder off a $1.50 Kmart plate.
While she wasn’t charged with drug offences because police couldn’t prove what she was snorting, the video nonetheless caused irreparable damage to her brand and she was dropped by major sponsors.
She managed to pocket some cash in the wake of her scandal with one major brand offering her a $50,000 ‘golden handshake’.
Cashing out! Nadia allegedly walked away with $50,000 from JSHealth Vitamins after being dropped by the brand following her white-powder scandal
A source within the lucrative ‘wellness’ industry claims Bartel was quietly given the five-figure settlement by vitamin company JSHealth in exchange for dropping any affiliation with them after her scandal.
Bartel had served as a spruiker for the brand which – under her original contract – had agreed to pay the former WAG and lifestyle influencer a total of $250,000 for a long-term social media campaign.
However, that sum was significantly reduced after she was busted attending an illegal party during Melbourne’s lockdown, with JSHealth – founded by Aussie Jessica Sepel – said to have dropped Bartel, albeit with a parting bonus.
Comeback: Bartel has been quietly trying to rebuild her public image in recent weeks