MAFS’ bride Jo McPharlin has had a makeover and she looks absolutely stunning

Eat your heart out Sean!
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Earlier this year, when Married At First Sight‘s Jo Mcpharlin, aka Foxy Jojo, arrived on our screens in a horse-drawn cart, we fell head over heels for this gorgeous breath of fresh air.

With her no-filtered approach to finding true love, the single mum-of-two quickly became one of our favourite MAFS brides.

Unfortunately for Jojo (and for us!) the bubbly mum didn’t find love with her betrothed bar manager hubby Sean, and departed the show early than we’d all hoped.

But we never forgot this larger-than-life character, who since appearing on the reality show has undergone an stunning makeover with the help of Kaz Hair Brighton.

“They have made me go from bogan to beautiful!”

While Jo was willing to give their union a try, Sean bowed out of their TV marriage.

The makeover process focused mainly on Jo’s hair, which after years of dying had become dry and limp.

“We wanted to help Jo create a sleeker and more sophisticated look so she can feel fabulous on the red carpet,” said salon owner, Angela Zacharia.

And that they did!

“They have made me go from bogan to beautiful! I love the results!” said Jo.

In a transformation that have Queer Eye’s Fab Five squealing “YAAAAS QUEEN!”, the salon refined the vibrant blonde’s look, while maintaining her personal style.

Swipe across to reveal Jo’s fabulous new look!

It took 6-weeks to get Jo’s unruly hair back into good condition.

The team added highlights to the lovable Adelaide mum’s hair, taking her yellow-blonde to a chic platinum hue. Hair extensions were also added to give length and thickness to Jo’s new blunt bob.

As for Jo’s love-life, and a potentially dating show return, she previously said, “I would do it all again in the blink of an eye.”

But something tells us Jo won’t be needing the help of the match-making experts anytime soon.

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