3 sisters of Kim family have their own selection for the fame. If Kim Kardashian becomes famous thanks to scandal and unacceptable fashion gout, Kendall Jenner is known as in the role of potential models, the youngest sister Kylie Jenner is always leading in celebrity beauty trends. To refresh the image of herself, she constantly dyes hair with highlights of many different colors, from green mint to orange, rainbow, or bright pink,… Here are 12 hair colors Kylie Jenner tried. What is the most beautiful hair colors of Kylie Jenner in your opinion ?
If there’s one thing Kylie is doing right, it’s upping the celebrity wig game. This faded, cotton-candy-pink number, worn at the Vera Wang fall 2016 show, is not only washed out to faded perfection but cut with face-flattering layers and shade-enhancing fringe.
She switched to a long teal mane later that same month.
From promoting candy on the red carpet to walking the streets of New York, Kylie has employed this pale-green wig on many occasions. One rule she follows when going green? Keeping outfits monochrome and muted, so all eyes land on the hair.
The hair color chameleon made a splash at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards with a bright blue ombré hairstyle.
For Valentine’s Day 2016, Kylie sported long pink strands and bangs.
Another Wednesday, another wig. Still, Kylie sticks to her style rule: The best way to accent these mermaid-blue strands, created by Tokyo Stylez, is with simple makeup and nude-toned clothes.
But the peach strands didn’t last long. Just a day later, Jenner opted for rainbow braids to match her somewhat “controversial” sequined bathing suit.
In July 2015, Kylie shocked us all with this cool blue hue
Kylie went blond in early September 2015, dyeing her eyebrows to match.
Waist-length extensions in a deep brown? Check. Appearance on a yacht in Cannes? Check. Barely there evening ensemble? Check. Eighteen-year-old Kylie looks every bit the part while following a classic Kardashian trajectory in 2015.
The electric-green wig Kylie wore last year works because its roots anchor the look with her natural dark shade.