Kylie Jenner usually rocks wigs to switch up her hairstyle, but the 19-year-old has gone for something for permanent with her latest makeover. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star unveiled one of her boldest looks to date on Sunday when she revealed she had bleached her hair into a striking shade of platinum blonde.
Kylie Jenner has bleached her hair platinum blonde
Kylie squashed any speculation that her look was temporary by documenting the bleaching process on her Snapchat account, as she had her hair bleached, washed and dried into her edgy new look. Showing off her playful side, she used the app's popular dog filter while smouldering for the camera as she patiently sat in the salon chair.
At one point Kylie admitted she was hesitating between "platinum blonde or honey" tones, amusing fans by using Snapchat's bee filter to emphasise her point. However, it seems that the star decided to stick to platinum blonde, as a later photo showed her rocking the stunning shade.
She debuted the look on her Snapchat account
It's not the first time that Kylie has gone blonde – for her 18th birthday party she debuted a honey-hued blonde hairstyle, showing off the colour by wearing her hair down in long, wavy tresses.
While Kylie is renowned for regularly experimenting with different hairstyles, it could be that she was inspired by sister Kourtney Kardashian for this particular 'do.
Just days ago, Kourtney shared a gorgeous throwback snap of when she had dyed her hair platinum blonde as a teenager – and Kylie quickly shared the photo on her own Instagram account, simply captioning it, "VIBES".
It could be that she was inspired by Kourtney Kardashian's throwback photo
Kourtney accompanied the photo with a post on her eponymous website, explaining that she would "never do something this extreme" with her tresses again after it left her hair damaged.
"Even though I'll probably never do something this extreme with my hair again," she wrote. "Because it destroyed my hair and took forever to get healthy – I'm happy I tried it once."