Kylie Jenner is rocking blonde hair, but for how long? HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE details on if she plans on keeping this hairstyle and how this new ‘blonde bombshell’ thinks the rest of her sisters, especially Kim Kardashian, look like duds.
The old saying is that “blondes have more fun.” Kylie Jenner, 18, is finding that out for herself with her new makeover. After debuting her blonde locks at her birthday party, HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE on how long this new look will last and why Kylie thinks her platinum hair outshines all her sisters, including Kim Kardashian, 34.
When Kylie celebrated her birthday, she unveiled her new image, dancing the night away with a head full of brightly colored hair. But, don’t expect Kylie to remain a blonde forever, as she’ll likely ditch the color sooner than later.
“She likes it for now but she will not keep it,” an inside source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com. Since Kylie is a fashionista, she will “continue to change up her look,” the source says, adding that “she gets easily bored,” so she often switches things up to keep her style fresh.
Kylie’s new style gave off flashbacks to when Kim dyed her hair blonde. Many fans wondered if this was another instance of Kylie copying Kim’s look. It might be, but sources close to Kylie say that even if Kim did it first, Kylie thinks she did it better. “She loves her sisters,” the source tells HollywoodLife.com, “but [Kylie] definitely thinks she’s is the best looking one. So, whatever she does with her hair [or] her body, she thinks she is easily the best.”
Kylie is the better-looking blonde? Kim politely disagrees. When Kim saw her youngest sister’s new hairdo, she wasn’t impressed. “Kim loves and supports her sister, Kylie, but she doesn’t know if her blonde hair is working,” a source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com. Kim thought that when she went blonde, it looked more “natural” and “professionally done.” Yikes!
Who do you think was the better blonde, HollywoodLifers? Kim or Kylie?
— Jason Brow, Russ Weakland reporting