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Kylie Jenner goes brunette again

Kylie Jenner goes brunette again

Kylie Jenner has returned to brunette.

The 19-year-old reality star went platinum blonde in September but has now gone back to her natural colour thanks to the assistance of hair stylist Tokyo Stylez.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star documented her dye job on Snapchat on Wednesday (23.11.16), proclaiming "it's time" over a close-up shot of some dark hair.

And at one stage during the tricky process, Kylie ended up a red-head as her hairdresser began darkening her hair in stages, and teased she was considering keeping the bold colour with a Snapchat post stating "Maybe?"

But Kylie was thrilled to go back to her roots, and when the dye job was complete, she shared a picture of the finished look and wrote: "It's me again".

The lip kit guru admitted earlier this month she was thinking of returning to brunette.

She shared a throwback photo on Instagram and wrote: "I miss my dark hair, should I go back?"

Kylie previously used Snapchat to document going blonde - but kept a black and white filter over the pictures until the big reveal in order to keep fans guessing.

And the process - which took "all day" - was inspired by Kylie's half-sister Kourtney Kardashian's bottle blonde 'do from when she was 16 years old.

Five days before she went lighter, the teenager shared a throwback photograph of Kourtney in 1995.

The 37-year-old beauty decided to ditch her dark look for a vibrant blonde style 21 years ago but only managed to stick out the eye-catching 'do for a month before dying it back.

Writing on her app, Kourtney said alongside the throwback: "Even though I'll probably never do something this extreme with my hair again - because it destroyed my hair and took forever to get healthy - I'm happy I tried it once."

Kylie and Kourtney aren't the only members of the family to try out the blonde look as Khloé Kardashian permanently has highlighted hair, while Kim Kardashian West has gone platinum numerous times over the years.