Kylie Jenner is always fearless when it comes to experimenting with her hair colour, and now the 18-year-old has taken the plunge and gone blonde for autumn. Debuting her new look on Instagram, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star revealed that she has been waiting to make the change for months.
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Kylie Jenner has dyed her hair blonde
Kylie unveiled her new blonde tresses in a striking selfie, showing off her enviably toned figure in a white crop top and khaki pencil skirt combo.
"Took months of not dying my hair and wearing wigs to get my hair back to health so I can do this!!" she wrote in the caption alongside the photo. "Thank you @priscillavalles @maishaoliver for putting up with me all day. I'm going for an ashy dirty blonde for the fall."
While some fans noted that Kylie resembled her stepsister Kim Kardashian, who also experimented with a blonde hairstyle during Fashion Week earlier this year, it seems the young beauty had another sibling in mind when she chose the makeover. "I'm coming for u khloé!" she added in the caption, referencing Khloé's decision to also go blonde in recent months.
Kylie's new 'do was inspired by stepsister Khloé
It's not the first time that Kylie has chosen to add a golden hue to her hair – just last month she caused a stir amongst beauty addicts when she stepped out rocking long, sleek blonde hair for her glitzy 18th birthday bash.
All eyes were on the birthday girl as she partied the night away with family and friends, dazzling in a sparkling beaded mini dress featuring geometric nude panelling, and a pair of strappy nude sandals, winning plaudits for her high fashion ensemble.
However, her decision to go blonde for more than just a night hasn't come as a total surpsie to fans - Kris and Caitlyn Jenner's daughter is renowned for her love of playing around with all things beauty, particularly when it comes to her hair. Often sharing her new looks on social media, she has tried everything from a bob and dyeing her hair blue to adding extensions and rocking a dip dye.