Barely a few weeks since dyeing her hair blonde, Kylie Jenner has once again changed the colour of her glossy tresses. The 18-year-old unveiled the dramatic new mint green shade of her tresses as she hit the red carpet at the Sugar Factory in New York on Wednesday.
"I love having fun for the sugar factory," she captioned an Instagram photo of her new pastel green 'do, describing the colour as "#cottoncandy mint".
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Kylie Jenner debuted a mint green hairstyle
It was a quick change for the Keeping up with the Kardashians star, who walked the runway with blonde hair in brother-in-law Kanye West's New York Fashion Week show just hours earlier.
The teen, who has her own line of hair extensions, is never afraid to experiment with the colour of her locks, and has dyed them all the colours of the rainbow (including grey) over the past couple of years.
Just two weeks ago, she unveiled a dramatic new blonde hairstyle, in tones similar to those of her stepsister Khloé Kardashian.
"Took months of not dying my hair and wearing wigs to get my hair back to health so I can do this!!" she wrote on Instagram as she shared a photo her hair transformation. "I'm going dirty blonde for the fall," she added. "I'm coming for u khloe!"
Kylie recently unveiled a blonde hairstyle
Khloé has previously admitted that she's not as brave as Kylie when it comes to experimenting with colour.
"I love that Kylie changes her hair all the time," she told Seventeen magazine. "With Kylie dying her hair and doing all that stuff, I really live through her — I just don't know that I could pull it off. But I love it."
Andy Lecompte Salon colourist Daniel Moon, who dyed Kylie's locks a deep greeny-blue tone last year, said that Kylie's personality enables her to carry off her bold hair choices — and influence a pack of Hollywood starlets.
"Kylie Jenner has this attitude and is confident in her style," he told E! "Youth culture has always influenced fashion. This is what is happening now. Punk is the new pretty and pretty is the new punk."