Brunettes have more fun

At this point, the Kardashian-Jenner clan proved that they are chameleons, changing their style and beauty looks ever so often. But, there is no denying that they rock every look. Now, Kendall is the latest sister to undergo a change, leaving behind her dark locks for lighter chocolate brown hair.

Traditionally, the supermodel left the hair transformations to her sisters, specifically Kim and Kylie, who are known for their love of experimentation. However, over the past few months Kendall has shocked her followers by straying away from her signature dark brown locks and playing around with lighter hues.

Last week, Los Angeles-based hair colourist Cassondra Kaeding posted a video on her Instagram of Kendall debuting a new hair colour. In the video, the 24-year-old can be seen running her hands through her hair, and when the camera zooms in you can see the lighter strands more clearly. It seems as though the hair-stylist kept the model’s natural colour at the roots but lightened her locks up with caramel highlights throughout.
 

 

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Kendall also posted a video on her Instagram of her enjoying her new babylights. This technique is freehand highlights that “give an overall refined, sophisticated take on ‘natural’ hair colors” and was predicted to be 2019’s biggest hair-trend. The reality-star clearly believes that it is better late than never.

 

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This past year has been adventurous for Kendall and her hair as she experimented with several different looks. Back in September the supermodel debuted short-lived blonde hair for the Burberry spring 2020 show during London Fashion Week. But soon after, she went back to her preferred dark brown hue.

 

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How long will she sport this new look?

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