The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has become our festival fash' (and beauty) queen... 👑
We’d be willing to bet that Coachella pretty much dominated your Instagram feeds this weekend, with the style set taking the opportunity to show off their very best festival fashion.
See: Our Favourite Coachella Fashion Moments
Kylie Jenner has got something of a name for herself when it comes to the event, having previously dominated the sunny festival with her colourful hair hues and edgy style. Yup, remember that rainbow mane from last year?
Well, it’s safe to say that, this year, the 19-year-old didn’t disappoint.
In true KJ form, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wasted no time in debuted a new ‘do, having taken a few new additions from her ever-growing wig closet along with her for the ride.
On day one Kylie showcased her new ‘highlighter hair’, which was later revealed to be a mix of two different shades, blended by wig guru Tokyo Stylez.
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The genius behind Ky’s many hair pieces, Tokyo took to Instagram to reveal his secret. Alongside a snap of the reality star’s neon look, he announced that he’d used Manic Panic’s Semi-Permanent Hair Color Cream in shades Electric Lizard and Electric Banana, each costing just a little over $10.
The teen paired her daring beauty look with a slinky gold dress, toughening up the look with some chunky black boots.
Yup. Totally girl crushin’ right now.
But, if reports are anything to go by, Kylie’s look didn’t go down without some internet drama.
According to a few different news sources, singer K. Michelle took to Instagram to draw a comparison between the E! star’s festival vibe and her own bright yellow hair.
The post, which now appears to have been deleted, was reportedly captured and has been shared around the ‘net.
To be honest, we think that both ladies totally rocked it.
Of course, it didn’t last long, with Kylie ditching her yellow shade in favour of a bright purple bob for day two of the festival.