KYLIE Jenner has revealed to her Snapchat followers what her real hair looks like – and it is nothing like what we’re used to from the fashionista.
The 19-year-old Kardashian sister ditched her weaves and wigs for the day and revealed she actually has a short brown bob, which she tied up into a bun on the top of her head.
Running her fingers through the loose locks too short to get into her hairband, the star joked: “My hair is just crazy.”
The social media socialite later gave a tour of her plush pad including a “glam room” which was being decorated and filled with beauty products.
Kylie has never been afraid to share all with the Snapchat and Instagram followers, and earlier this week put on an eye-popping display of her almost impossibly tiny waist for another video.
Having her hair and make-up done at home while sitting in her underwear, and she had the moment captured on camera.
A Snapchat filter gave her dog ears and nose, and she pulled back her white crop top to give fans a glimpse of her cleavage.
But it was her tiny waist that amazed fans as Kylie looked slimmer than ever in the make-up chair.
It comes after her half-brother Rob Kardashian has mocked Kylie’s social media selfies by comparing her to a 88-year-old grandmother.
He posted a photo of Kylie and the Nan – known as Baddie Winkle – posing in the same outfit online.
Kylie has been clearly enjoying some down time after her and her sister stole the show at the Met Gala last week.
Opting for a platinum blonde wig with a corseted Versace gown, Kylie flashed her bum as she arrived for the evening’s festivities wearing a delicately netted dress covered in stones, fans, and flowers.
Despite being at the super glam event, Kylie spent a lot of her time in the bathroom with dozens of other celebrities so they could avoid the selfie ban put in place by Anna Wintour.
As a result, Kylie treated fans to one of the most celeb-filled selfies ever, with Paris Jackson, sister Kendall with her new beau ASAP Rocky, their older half-sister Kim Kardashian and P Diddy all jumping in.
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