Usually when you see Kylie Jenner on a runway or at an awards show, she's rocking a different hairstyle. Despite announcing that she's been attempting to go platinum for quite some time now, Kylie Jenner debuted green hair in New York on Wednesday night, and to be honest, I'm kind of stunned about it. Most of the time, I would assume the new pastel colored 'do is a wig, but if Jenner's hair isn't actually her own this time around, then that's one heck of a good wig.
Jenner showed off her lime green locks at the grand opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie wearing Australian Designer Zachary the label. You may not want to recreate her green hair, but you can definitely steal her fabulous all cream outfit. Shop the Acute Crop ($58.00) and Radiant Skirt ($82.00) from the designer's website here.
Seeing Jenner with a new hair color is basically like seeing Kim K. in contour. You expect it, but it's still oh-so-fun to look at. The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner brood has rocked blonde, black, pink, and blue hair just to name a few. While many of her looks have come from the use of extensions or wigs, they're nonetheless a cool way for the fashionable reality star to change up her look without causing excessive damage to her natural hair.
Recently, Jenner revealed that she's been rocking a plethora of multicolored wigs in order to get her hair prepped and ready for bleach. The youngest Jenner is following in the footsteps of older sisters Khloe and Kim and planning to rock a platinum look. However, this new mint green looks insanely real, and I've got to wonder whether or not she's taken the plunge into mermaid territory for real this time.
I'm not hair expert, but that does not look like a wig to me.
I have to say, I kind of dig it? It's not a shade of green she's ever rocked before.
I also love that she's choosing to rock the spring-like color despite the fact that fall is right around the corner. Kylie Jenner does not live by your seasonal beauty rules.
What color will she take on next? We'll have to wait and see, though at this point, it'll only be a few days from now.