Kylie Jenner regularly changes up her hair colour whether with dye or wigs, so it comes as no surprise that the 18-year-old is pondering a new makeover. However this time, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star has turned to her fans to help her decide what colour tresses she should rock next – and she caused a social media frenzy in the process.
Kylie Jenner has asked fans to decide what her next bold look should be
"Guys teal or mint for my next sugar factory event? I can't decide," she wrote to her 14.6 million Twitter followers, before adding a poll for her fans to vote on. Kylie included two throwback snaps with the message – one of the long mint green wig she sported at a Sugar Factory event last year, another an Instagram snap of her short teal-hued bob.
It seems her fans were almost undecided as she was, as the results were a close call – ultimately, teal won out with 51 per cent of the vote. Although Kylie admitted she hadn't "done teal in a while" in a following tweet, it seems the star was still unsure.
"Think I'm gonna do something new! inspired," she eventually wrote to her followers, prompting a frenzy amongst her fans who want to know what colour she has gone for.
Kylie shared a throwback snap of her teal bob with her 53 million Instagram followers
Kylie has already tried a bold look this year, when she stepped out with pink candyfloss tresses for Valentine's Day as she enjoyed a helicopter ride with boyfriend Tyga.
However, the star has previously admitted that there is one colour she has yet to try. "I really want to do burgundy," she said in a video on her eponymous website. "It's red vibes."
Kylie has often spoken about her love of experimenting with her look, and admitted that her makeovers make her "feel like a new person".
"I first dyed my hair when I was 16," she confessed in a post on her app. "I dyed it blue and I never even asked my mom. 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."