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Kylie Jenner returns to natural brunette hair colour

Published 24/11/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Reality TV star Kylie Jenner has switched up her hair colour once again.

Kylie Jenner has swapped her blonde hair for her natural brunette.

The reality TV star always keeps fans on their toes when it comes to hair transformations and has been rocking platinum-hued tresses since early September (16), when she documented the lengthy lightening process on Snapchat.

Now, Kylie has switched up her look once again by returning to her roots. While most of America was winding down before Thanksgiving, the Lip Kit entrepreneur decided to call up her go-to colourist Tokyo Stylez on Wednesday afternoon (23Nov16) for a last-minute tress transformation, swapping out her almost-white blonde shade for a rich chocolate hue.

As going from light to dark hair requires a lot of care and chemicals, the 19-year-old kept herself occupied on Snapchat as she played with various filters while Tokyo painstakingly worked on her hair. At one point, Kylie showed Tokyo applying a coat of red dye on top of her blonde hair, and thanked him for his “magic hands”. While some fans thought Kylie might be considering becoming a redhead, the bright red dye was in fact to add pigment back into her tresses, in order to avoid turning the hair a muddy greenish brown.

Kylie later shared selfies of herself with wet brown hair, one of which was captioned, “It’s me again”, and another just of her brown hair, with the title, “It’s time”.

On Wednesday, Kylie also shared a throwback photo on Instagram of her and her famously brunette half siblings - Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob Kardashian, as well as her sister Kendall Jenner, all posing in a snap taken roughly a decade ago.

Kylie captioned the happy shot, "Us at thanksgiving tomorrow like..." before throwing in an emoji of a face wearing sunglasses.

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