Steal Kylie Jenner's Emerald Green Hair

Just when you were getting used to her most recent dye job, Kylie Jenner dyed her hair green. Not only does hew new hair look fan-freaking-tastic, but it's also the perfect color to rock for the upcoming holiday season. So if you're wondering how to steal Kylie's festive green hair, I've got you covered with various options, from more permanent to super duper temporary.

Kylie recently admitted on her blog that she needs to change her hair color frequently to help her feel different and not live in the past, and she's definitely proving that statement to be 100 percent true by continuing to debut new and unique hair colors. While her mermaid green hair was one of my faves she's tried so far, the green she debuted on Monday was much darker and richer (you might even think of it as "pine green." Apparently, I've reached peak Christmas excitement) and looks pretty great with her coloring.

The darker green is not only the perfect color for the holiday season, but it's also a little bit more neutral than the mermaid green hair she rocked before, so if crazy colors scare you, this one might be a good one to try out.

It looks so great against an all-white outfit.

If you want to steal Kylie's green hair, here are seven options to try.

1. A Wig

Green Wig, $22, My Costume Wigs

This is definitely the easiest solution — if you don't like it, you can take it right off again.

2. Hair Extensions

Green Hair Extensions, $2, Game Day School Spirit

If you don't want to go all-over green, clip in a few colored pieces.

3. Hair Chalk

Babe Hair Chalk, $24, Beauty Care Choices

It's real color...but it'll wash right out.

4. Dye Your Hair

Feeling really committed? This tutorial will walk you through how to DIY green hair.

5. Hair Tinsel

Hair Tinsel, $6, Etsy

If you want to be extra festive for the holidays, skip the extensions and try hair tinsel. Tis the season to sparkle.

6. Color Spray

Green Hair Spray, $8, Amazon

It'll wash out like the chalk, but the application is different.

7. Food Coloring

Green Food Coloring, $7, Amazon

Have extra green food coloring in your pantry? It can work as a temporary hair dye.

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