Kylie Jenner unveils blonde hair

Kylie Jenner (c) Instagram
Kylie Jenner (c) Instagram Bang Showbiz

KYLIE Jenner has dyed her hair blonde after months of waiting for her locks to be in a good enough condition to change the colour.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star showcased her new colour on her Instagram account and shared how it took her "months of not dying" her hair and "wearing wigs" to get her hair "back to health" so she could get the new colour.

Posted alongside a selfie of her new style, she captioned the image: "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. I'm going for an ashy dirty blonde for the fall. But this s****s a process! I'm coming for u khloé! (sic)"

The 18-year-old reality star is following in the footsteps of step-sisters Kim Kardashian West and Khloe Kardashian who both went through the blonde phase and hinted that she was copying Khloe - who died her hair a similar hue a few months back.

The now-blonde beauty had previously shared photos of her experimenting with different colours and styles, none of which were permanent from a bob, blue hair, extensions and dip dye.

Kylie most recently shared a picture at the MTV Video Music Awards sporting a jet black wig with a full fringe, with the caption: "Flips hair (sic)". 

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