Katherine Ann Moss
Kate was born on January 16, 1974.
Croydon, London, England, UK
Natural Hair Color
She has dyed blonde.
She is not on social media.
Kate Moss looked stylish and gorgeous in a polished ensemble including a green dress with a thigh grazing hemline and low cut neckline and cropped tuxedo blazer as she joined her beau Count Nikolai von Bismarck on the red carpet at the 10th anniversary of The Hoping Foundation’s fundraising event for Palestinian refugee children held at Ronnie Scott’s in central London on June 16, 2016.
The 42 year old English model decided to wear her glossy honey blonde locks in a sleek hairstyle, which was a perfect match for her sophisticated ensemble that included an emerald green dress with a low cut neckline, which teased a hint of her cleavage and thigh skimming hemline that drew attention to her toned legs, and a well fitted black tuxedo jacket.
As you can see that Kate had opted to wear her glossy blonde locks in a tied up hairstyle, which makes it difficult for us to ascertain her hair length at the event. Therefore, as the norm is, we will go with her usual hair length for this section.
The former Dior brand ambassador opted to style her honey colored locks in a sleek bun hairstyle. She had neatly brushed locks away from her face and gathered at the crown of her head. Also, her locks were neatly slicked behind her ears, which helped put her stylish dangling earrings with green stone on display. Plus, her chic hairstyle helped make her beautiful face center of attention.
For her stylish outing, Kate decided to wear her soft blonde locks in a gorgeous straight textured hairstyle, which was well complemented by her choice of classy and subtle make up that included a slick of shiny pink on her lips, touch of subtle blush that perfectly complemented her dewy complexion and minimal swipe of black eyeliner.
Apply a good quality hair styling oil over your damp strands. For better texture, allow your hair to air dry. Otherwise you can opt to blow dry your locks. Next, smooth out your locks with a paddle brush and gather your hair at the crown of the head. Don’t make your ponytail too perfect. Take some oil on the fingertips and brush through on the side and at the top. This will take care of flyaways and will enhance shine as well.
Kate Moss once again shaded her much younger peers with her flawless and stunning style statement as she opted to dress up in a purple floral printed gown that was made up of semi sheer material, which gave a glimpse of her famous stunning figure as she posed for the photographs on the red carpet at the V&A Summer Party held at Victoria and Albert Museum on June 22, 2016 in London, England.
The 42 year old British model decided to wear her golden blonde tresses in a loose flowing hairstyle, which was a perfect foil for her racy see through, floral printed gown with a plunging neckline that drew eye to her impressive cleavage and animal print bodysuit she wore underneath it. The see through fabric also showed off her toned supermodel pins and her pert derriere.
The Vogue cover model opted to coif her medium length blonde tresses in a loose waves hairstyle for her eye catching appearance on the red carpet at the high profile event hosted at the prestigious museum in the English capital.
Kate opted to style her glossy medium length hair in a classy loose waves hairstyle. She had partially parted her locks on the left side and had brushed her hair on the same side behind her ears as she showed off her glittering drop earrings. Her loose waves were styled to fall over her right shoulder in glossy waves.
She decided to go for light brown highlights to enhance the style quotient of her chic hairstyle and to lend some movement to her subtle waves.
For her stylish outing, she opted to style her glossy blonde tresses in a lovely messy straight textured hairstyle, which was beautifully complemented by her classy makeup, including a swipe of bright pink on her lips, dusting of rosy hued blush on her cheeks and slick of black eyeliner.
Comb volume boosting mousse in your damp strands. Next, blow dry your locks. Instead of using a brush, scrunch your hair while blow drying. Separate your hair into vertical sections. Wrap each section around the barrel of curling iron for 2-3 minutes to create subtle curls. After you are done with entire head, glide through a paddle brush.