You’re not going to believe it. But Kylie Jenner‘s changed her hair colour again.
The 18-year-old only went blonde last week, and in doing so explained that she’d only been wearing multi-coloured wigs in order to prep her hair for its platinum dye job.
But just days after revealing her new dirty ash blonde hair, the reality TV star has emerged with minty green mermaid tresses.
Kylie had an eventful day yesterday, first walking in Kanye West’s Adidas show at NYFW, which caused controversy in itself, as sister Kendall not only didn’t walk, but was shunned from the FROW to sit on the SECOND row… Say what?!
And after her runway experience, Kylie then hit up the Sugar Factory American Brasserie Grand Opening in New York, rocking a sleek blow-out and a cream bandeau top and matching pencil skirt.
We can’t tell if this new hue is a wig or not, but we wouldn’t be surprised – let’s not forget how talented her wig-maker Tokyo Stylez is.
And perhaps Jenner just fancied brightening up her all-white look with a candy-hued ‘do? We don’t think we’ve seen the back of her blonde locks for good.
As usual, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star’s make-up was on point, with Kylie rocking a subtle taupe eyeshadow and a nude lip.
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With the teen’s pout looking fuller than ever, mum Kris Jenner has come out and revealed that she was seriously against her youngest daughter getting lip fillers, and sees them as a ‘mistake’.
In a new interview with Access Hollywood, Kris said: ‘I got really upset, and then it was done, and I had to let it go.’
The Kardashian momager added that she ‘wasn’t completely supportive’, but that ‘once that was done, it’s just my kid. I love my kid. We make mistakes.’
Kris also admitted that out of all of her daughters, she has a hard time controlling the selfie-loving teen. ‘I get a little crazy – and I think that is what no one sees – and I do have definite thoughts and ideas or [ideas on] what she should do, you know, at a really young age’, she said.