Kylie Jenner wants a completely new look for 2016

Julie Delahaye

Kylie Jenner is renowned for experimenting with bold make-up and hair looks, but the Keeping up with the Kardashians star has revealed she plans to "tone it down" over the next few months. The 18-year-old shared some of her beauty resolutions for the year, and admitted she wants to give her look a complete overhaul.

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Kylie Jenner wants a new look for 2016

"I kind of want to tone it down," she explained to her fans in a video released on her eponymous website. "I feel like 2016, everyone's on the natural wave, at least me and my friends."

Kylie often gives fans a sneak peek of her impressive make-up collection and the series of wigs she own, having previously revealed she even has a 'Glam Room' dedicated to all things beauty.

However, the young reality TV star admitted that, with her increasingly busy schedule which has seen her launch her own range of lipsticks and become a brand ambassador for Nip + Fab, sometimes she doesn't have the time to experiment with eye-catching looks.

"I just want to take my nails off, no hair, no make-up," she confessed. "It's too much to maintain, sometimes. It's hard being a girl."

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Kylie revealed she wants to "tone it down" when it comes to beauty looks

That doesn't mean the star won't occasionally try out a new look. Often using wigs to try showstopping new hairstyles, Kylie revealed she still plans to try different styles and colours. "I really want to do burgundy," she said. "It's red vibes."

Kim Kardashian's younger sibling has previously opened up about her regular makeovers, admitting they 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."

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