‘Blondes have more fun!’ Kylie is sticking with her lightened locks

She's sported everything from jet-black to 'bronde' tresses in recent months – even giving bright blue a go for a time.

And while Kylie Jenner recently admitted that, in fact, most of those changes were achieved with the help of wigs – she's back to her natural locks for now.

Still, her 'ashy dirty blonde,' hue has proved divisive – with many of her fans saying that the shade ages her significantly beyond her 18 years.

Not that the reality TV star herself seems to mind: taking to Instagram late last night she said she's realising "that blondes have more fun".

Lounging around in her €2.2m Calabasas abode, which she moved into shortly before her 18th birthday, she also offered a sneak-peak of her AMAZING walk-in wardrobe. 

With Kylie dressed-down for "chill night," in a bright pink Superdry sports bra and black leggings, no fewer than seven rows of designer shoes can be seen in the background.

 

chill night

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The snap has already notched up 1million likes from her 35million followers.

However, and although it seems that she very much loves her new hair (which she says has been inspired by elder sister Khloe Kardashian's look), Ms Jenner has nevertheless been uncharacteristically deleting pictures from her Instagram and SnapChat accounts.

One showed her donning oversized aviator sunglasses and carrying a medium-sized brown leather Birkin bag – but it mysteriously vanished from her profile shortly after being posted. 

Last month, HollywoodLife.com reported that Kim Kardashian, who herself went for platinum blonde tresses earlier this year, felt Kylie's lighter look didn't work.

"Kim loves and supports her sister," the website stated, "but she doesn’t know if her blonde hair is working".

A source added that Kim felt "her blonde hair looked much more natural and professionally done.

"She wants to help Kylie get her blonde hair redone, so that she looks her best."

 

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