Lottie Moss with blonde straight hair and feathered designer dress

Lottie Moss’ new hair colour looks just like candyfloss and we can’t cope!

Her dreamy new hair colour looks sweet enough to eat! ?  

Last night, Lottie Moss rocked up to the star-studded Lipsy London dinner party with a new candyfloss hair colour, that undeniably stole the limelight and our hearts!

Her playful makeover comes after her recent split with Made in Chelsea star Alex Mytton (sobs!), but we have to say: there’s nothing like a new look to ease a broken heart.

Her latest look will no doubt come as a shock to many (and it might even remind you of the time Kate Moss went pink), so go on, take a look at her new ‘do for yourself, below…

Lottie Moss looks EXACTLY like her supermodel sister Kate with new hue


Brit model Lottie Moss with pink cotton candy hair at the lipsy london party with friends
Anyone else craving candy floss? Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

The 19-year-old half-sister of supermodel Kate is usually spotted with sleek, light blonde hair, yet decided to give her look a colourful overhaul with a pastel dye job for the Lipsy London dinner party.

As you can see, Lottie has ditched her blonde tresses for a pinky-metallic shade, that starts off candyfloss-like at the roots then gradually gets softer and more peachy towards the ends.

Brit model Kate Moss with pink wig on the versace 1998 runway wearing a purple and gold dress
Who can forget Kate Moss’ iconic pink moment at the spring/summer 1999 Versace show! Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Seeing as this isn’t the first time a Moss has rocked this pretty pastel colour, (Kate Moss dyed her locks a salmon pink shade for Versace’s spring/summer 1999 show – just FYI!), we couldn’t help but think Lottie wanted to pay homage to her sister’s iconic mane moment.

Our verdict? Well, while we can’t EVER get over how amazing Kate looked with this shade, we think Lottie pulls it off just as well and channels her sister’s vibe to a T. #Slay!

TRESemmé Colour Revitalise Shampoo

Editor’s tip: Tempted to go down the pastel route? Opt for a shampoo and conditioner duo that’s been specifically made with coloured hair in mind, like the TRESemmé Colour Revitalise Protection Shampoo and Conditioner, as these will help to maintain your shade’s vibrancy.


So, now that you’ve seen her latest transformation, let us know what you think of it by tweeting us @AllThingsHairUK, we love hearing your thoughts!

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