Love Island’s Molly Marsh has dyed her hair PINK and it’s such a power move

Pink is definitely her colour 👏

Molly Marsh

by Aimee Jakes |
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Molly Marsh was easily one of the stand-out contestants from this year's Love Island, thanks to her slayin' outfits, being totally down-to-earth and being involved in one of the biggest shock twists we've ever seen - Kady McDermott unknowingly sending her home only for Molls to return a few weeks later as a Casa Amor bombshell.

One of the most iconic television moments of our time.

Since leaving Mallorca (for the second time), the 22-year-old has been mega busy making hilarious TikToks, hanging out with co-star and now boyfriend Zachariah Noble and manifesting her future as a CBeebies presenter (we can so see it!)

In her latest project, Molly is heroically working with charity Children with Cancer for their latest campaign, Style Against Cancer. She's even dyed her hair pink for the worthy cause. We love to see it. 👏

Read more: Molly Marsh talks Love Island secrets, wise advice and the £5.99 foundation she wore in the villa

Speaking of the campaign, Molly tells heat: "It’s such an important cause and I love the campaign concept, having a natter at the hairdressers is my fave, so doing it for a good cause is even better!"

"I tried pink once very briefly and loved it, so what better reason to take the plunge than to support Children With Cancer. Join me, make an appointment and help raise vital funds with Style Against Cancer."

There has been no greater excuse to book a salon appointment if you ask us.

Bart from Salon64, the very man responsible for Molly's incredible new do, shared his top tips for anyone else fancying themselves a pink moment.

He advises, "Ideally you need to be blonde, you don't want too much yellow in the hair or your hair will turn rose gold. You'll need to use peroxide first because if you just use tint to lift the colour your hair will be too warm and it'll be impossible to achieve that candyfloss look."

"It's also ideal to go pink on the day you have your hair highlighted because otherwise, it's harder for the pigment to penetrate your hair and you can end up with patchiness."

For great results that last, Bart also advises using a pigment hair mask at home every week to refresh the colour in between salon appointments.

Brb, off to dye our hair candyfloss.

Children with Cancer UK invites hair stylists across the country to host a Style Against Cancer fundraising event to help fund research into kinder, less toxic cancer treatments.​

Style Against Cancer leverages UK hairdressing salons to fundraise and raise awareness. 273 salons across the UK are already signed up, and counting, raising £2,550 so far with two weeks to go until launch. Find a participating salon near you here

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