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Kylie Jenner Debuted New Hair & Kris Jenner Had The Best Response

Taylor Hill

Kylie Jenner debuted a new hairstyle that rivals her mom, Kris Jenner. But it looks like the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch isn't ready to let her daughter take on the crown (of hair).

Kylie shared multiple photos on Friday, showcasing her new short hairstyle. Pieces of her dark hair cascaded in front of her face, while the rest was cropped into a long-ish pixie cut. The hairstyle is more of a Betty Boop look if you ask us, but Kylie made sure to shout out her mom, who has been rocking the short hair for decades.

In the caption, Kyle wrote, “kris jenner is quaking.” But Kris was quickly in the comments with a funny response: “you're not even the fart.” The comment is a reference to the recent Ice Spice song, “Think U The Sh*T (Fart).” The viral lyrics are, “Think you the sh*t, bitch? You not even the fart.”

Kylie Jenner's new do comes as fashion month begins — kicking off with New York Fashion Week. Is this a wig? Or did the reality TV star and makeup mogul actually chop off her dark hair? Jenner shared another photo of her hair, this time showing off her black two-piece outfit that included a silk, flowy crop and skirt. Her hair looks very French, which is why it might fit right in for some of the biggest weeks in fashion.

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Kylie Jenner Instagram

Kylie Jenner/ Instagram

Kylie Jenner has been known to change up her hair and would frequently wear wigs and extensions to give herself a new look. Last month, Jenner shared several photos wearing a pink wig that was reminiscent of her “King Kylie” era — which is when she was growing as a social media star in the 2010s. Back then, it was more common to see the youngest Kardashian-Jenner wearing a wig to match the outfit she was wearing. In the caption, she wrote “hiiiii remember me.”


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