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Neighbours star Lilly Van der Meer just debuted one of her boldest looks yet

Someone call our hairdresser, stat!

By Maddison Hockey
It's been a hot minute since Lilly Van Der Meer was on Ramsay Street playing beloved character Xanthe Canning.
So we almost didn't recognise the actress when she debuted a bold new look via her Instagram on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old shared a snap rocking bright pink hair, and before you check if it's a wig, we can assure you otherwise.
Look at that colour! (Instagram)
"Leveled up. Colour by the queen herself - @charmayne_edwardsandco 🔥," Lilly captioned the snap.
The pic was, to no surprise, immediately met with adoration from fans.
"Stunning! Love the colour 😍," one wrote, before another added: "Oh my god it looks amazing 😍."
It's not the first time Lilly has pulled off a bright look.
Proving she's truly a hair colour chameleon, she's donned everything from an all-over lilac purple to cobalt blue streaks.

Earlier this year Lilly opened up to her followers about her endometriosis battle with a series of candid videos.
Sharing the clips from her hospital bed, Lilly documented her surgery experience from beginning to end.
Understandably, Lilly revealed she was anxious, particularly given a bad experience in the past which led to a nasty infection.
Lilly shared her harrowing experience with fans. (Instagram)
"I'm in the waiting room about to go in and suddenly feeling very anxious. I'm sitting here now just deciphering all the possibilities (I had an awful experience with laparoscopy 2 years ago and had to spend an extra 3 weeks in hospital with an infection) I'm nervous that's going to happen again," Lilly wrote.
The star took to Instagram following surgery to give fans an update.
"Just woke up to the news that surgery went really well. They removed more endometriosis and a huge build up of scar tissue from my last surgery.
"I still have stage 4 endo but grateful to have closure on this pain and am so lucky to have a really supportive team at the hospital."

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