Sogand Mohtat doesn’t look like this anymore! Feisty Bachelor star is hardly recognisable as she unveils a dramatic hair makeover
She ruffled plenty of feathers on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor in 2019.
But fans of the show would be forgiven for not recognising Sogand Mohtat after she debuted a dramatic hair makeover on Tuesday.
The former civil engineer, 32, looked very different to her reality TV days as she showcased her edgy new look, including heavy eyeshadow and twin blonde streaks in her raven tresses.
Sogand shared a photo of her ‘do on Instagram, revealing she’d taken the snap in the middle of Pitt Street in Sydney’s CBD during the busiest part of the day.
‘Picture me standing with a ring light & @nardinmakeupartist telling me how to pose on Pitt street at lunch time!’ she wrote in the caption.
‘The stares were strong I tell ya but I didn’t blink! Getting good at “street content”!’
She signed off by revealing she’d actually got changed in public too, writing, ‘Including getting changed and all! (sorry mum, sorry dad).’
Sogand made it to the final seven of her season of The Bachelor in 2019, before being eliminated in the eleventh episode.
Last March, the influencer revealed her experience on the show gave her a ‘drinking problem’ and resulted in her losing her job as a civil engineer.
Sogand made the admission on Instagram, posting a short video of herself downing a whole glass of wine.
‘Although the show left me unemployed with a slight drinking problem, it was all worth it in the end because well… swipe left to see for yourself,’ she captioned it.
That same month, she also revealed her career as a civil engineer often intimidated men and made it difficult for her to date.
‘The amount of times I’ve had conversations with guys and as soon as I say “I’m a civil engineer”, their face goes weird,’ Sogand told The Daily Telegraph.
She added: ‘The funny thing is, I only did it because I enjoy doing mathematics. I don’t even enjoy working in the industry.
‘If a guy is intimidated by that, I don’t want him in my life.’