Makeup Moghul Kylie Jenner’s latest Instagram story just gave us the shock of our life. The sultry siren who often posts pictures and videos flaunting long locks in various colours and style revealed the actual and real length of her tresses and trust us they are nowhere close to what we often get to see. Being one of those days in her life, where the diva pampers herself indulging into some or the other beauty regime, this time she posted a selfie mode video sans her hair extensions.
The makeup Moghul hair length is up to her chin. Yes. You read it right! Seen in the video Kylie has her hair wet with middle partition. It has the diva post she applied a hair colour thus giving a glimpse of the actual length of her hair. Well, we love Kylie’s this look too. As she shared this video on her Instagram stories, she was seen putting butterfly filter to it, blinking and adorably looking at the camera. Posting this video, she wrote, “Roots almost there.”
So what’s your take on Kylie’s big revelation?
In the recent past, her picture from a photoshoot in the Bahamas having her assets on display had sparked the rumours of the diva undergoing a breast transplant. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Sparks Breast Implant Rumours After Posting Pics In A Bikini That Can Barely Contain Her Ample Assets
Besides this, her relationship status too has kept her in news. After parting ways with her partner Travis Scott, she was linked to rapper Drake. The two partied at the same club in LA, thus, getting the rumours mills buzzing with something cooking between the two. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner And Drake Partying At The Same Club In LA Raises A Lot Of Eyebrows
However, the lady’s return to her former partner Travis, time and again, keep the onlookers confused with her relationship status. ALSO READ: After Partying With Drake, Kylie Jenner Is Officially Back With Travis Scott? Deets Inside
Image Source: Instagram/kyliejenner
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