Kendall Jenner rocks bold pink hair

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Kendall Jenner rarely strays from her glossy black tresses, but the 19-year-old appears to have followed in sister Kylie Jenner's footsteps and gone for a bold new look. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star revealed that she has dyed her locks in a striking pink hue, unveiling the new look on Instagram.

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Kendall Jenner gave fans a glimpse of her pink hair on Instagram

The young model showed off her new brightly-coloured locks in a stunning selfie with her 39.3million followers, looking as radiant as ever as she smouldered for the camera. "Pink baby," she simply captioned the close-up snap.

While this marks a drastic new look for the star, some fans have noted that Kendall recently starred in a photoshoot rocking pink hair, so her photo could be a throwback behind-the-scenes image when the shoot was taking place a while back.

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Kendall wowed on the Balmain x H&M catwalk earlier this week

Others also noted that just days ago the rising superstar was strutting down the runway for Balmain x H&M, with her hair in its usual black hues. Kendall was dazzling as she took to the catwalk alongside Gigi Hadid and Jourdan Dunn, as she modelled Olivier Rousteing's designs for the highly anticipated high street collaboration.

Kendall is not the first of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to unveil a drastic new hair colour. Younger sister Kylie is renowned for regularly changing the colour of her hair, having rocked a wide range of shades including grey, blue, blonde and green.

"I first dyed my hair when I was 16. I dyed it blue and I never even asked my mom," the 18-year-old confessed in a post written for her app. "After that, I've just had this addiction to changing my hair. It makes me feel like a new person. I love feeling different and I love leaving the house knowing that nobody has ever seen me this way."

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