Scott Disick's ex Amelia Hamlin looks unrecognizable after bleaching her signature dark eyebrows

SCOTT Disick's ex Amelia Hamlin was looking unrecognizable after bleaching her signature dark eyebrows.

The 20-year-old model, who is currently in London for work, showed fans the step-by-step process on her Instagram Stories.

Amelia showed fans the process of getting her eyebrows bleached ready for the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week.

She had her hair scraped back while the bleach was applied, then did a big reveal afterwards, zooming in with the camera so fans could see just how different she looked.

It was a far cry from the full dark look she was known for when she was dating Scott, 38.

Meanwhile, Amelia kept fans guessing about the status of her love-life during a glam night out in London.

She enjoyed a cozy meal with Eyal Booker’s brother on a double date earlier this week – just days after her split from the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum.

The beauty 'lapped up attention from handsome Tal,' as they ate alongside her sister Delilah – who is dating Eyal.

Eyal is also pals with her Scott – who has three kids with his ex Kourtney Kardashian.

An insider told The Sun: “Eyal is still friends with Scott, but that wasn’t going to stop him spending time with Amelia.

“Tal and Amelia get along really well and were seen laughing together throughout the meal. 

“It looked like they were really enjoying each other’s company and both their siblings are fully backing the idea of them getting together.”

Amelia and Scott parted ways earlier this month, as a source told Us Weekly that "Amelia was the one who ended things.

Despite Scott poking fun at his ex Kourtney's PDA sessions with Travis Barker, the insider revealed their split "wasn’t related to the messages."

The source added: "this breakup was coming regardless."

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