Kylie Jenner Switched to Long, Bronde Hair a Day After Cutting It Short
Only a day after Kylie Jenner declared that hairstylist Jesus Guerrero “cut off all my hair,” revealing in a series in her Instagram Stories a choppy bob that may very well be her shortest style ever, it seems the makeup mogul is already moving on. On Friday, February 14, she treated her followers to few glimpses at what is now her very long, layered hair in the same bronde shade sisters Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West tried themselves just days earlier.
As predicted by my Allure colleague, who wrote “she’ll inevitably decide to add a wig, put in extensions, dye it a new shade, or do one of the other endless ways to switch up one’s hair” after Jenner got a chin-length chop, the Kylie Skin founder didn’t waste any time erasing the evidence of the haircut. On her Instagram grid, she posted a mirror selfie in which she can be seen running her tan-painted nails through what is all but guaranteed to be a wig (unless she has discovered out some magical instant hair-growth potion we don’t know about). In the caption, she wrote, “New vibe 🤎🖤.”
Jenner also shared some selfie videos to her Instagram Stories in which she’s wearing a Valentine’s Day-appropriate pink tracksuit and playing with a silly filter. But despite the virtual cherries on her cheeks, the focus is clearly on her hair, which is very similar to the bronde — mix of brown and blonde — Khloé Kardashian wore to her best friend’s baby shower last weekend and Kim Kardashian West revealed on her Instagram Stories earlier this week. In fact, Kardashian West dropped a little foreshadowing at the time, saying, “Khloé and Kylie thought they were gonna beat me to this hair color, but I got ’em.”
Of course, Jenner may go back to embracing her new short ‘do by the end of the weekend, or switch to entirely different style. Who knows? But the real question is, which member Kardashian-Jenner family will be the next to give bronde a go? (Kendall, we’re looking at you.)
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