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Kylie Jenner ditches wigs for blonde hair

Published 03/09/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner has unveiled her newly-dyed blonde locks, after months of wearing wigs in a bid to get her hair back to its healthy best.

The 18-year-old reality star is no stranger to experimenting with colour when it comes to her locks, and has previously tried out teal and blonde ombre looks.

But now Kylie has gone all out by swapping her formerly raven tresses for a bright new style.

The TV star unveiled her new do on Instagram Wednesday, also revealing to fans she has been relying on wigs for the past few months to get her hair as healthy as possible before dyeing it.

“Took months of not dying my hair and wearing wigs to get my hair back to health so I can do this!! Thank you @priscillavalles @maishaoliver for putting up with me all day (sic),” she wrote. “I’m going for an ashy dirty blonde for the fall. But this (expletive)’s a process! I’m coming for u khloé!”

Kylie’s older sister Khloé is currently a golden blonde, having dyed her brown hair earlier this year.

And she previously admitted that Kylie’s desire to mix things up with her looks is somewhat inspiring.

"I love that Kylie changes her hair all the time," Khloé told Entertainment Wise. "With Kylie dying her hair and doing all that stuff, I really live through her—I just don't know that I could pull it off. But I love it."

The most famous Kardashian, Kim, has also tried out a platinum look previously.

However, Kim had extremely mixed reactions when she revealed her blonde hair at Paris Fashion Week last year, with many comparing her to Harry Potter villain Draco Malfoy.

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