Kylie Jenner Hairstyle: Reality Star Debuts Navy Hair at Sugar Factory Orlando Grand Opening

By Patricia Tan, Parent Herald March 13, 06:10 pm

Kylie Jenner debuted a navy hairdo at the newly opened Sugar Factory store in Orlando, Florida on Friday. Thousands of her fans were able to join at the courtyard of the I-Drive 360 complex for the opening of the awaited event.

The 18-year-old starlet opted for a pretty pink suede dress. She teamed a rose gold timepiece with a pair of nude pointy heels. The reality star asked her 14.6 million followers on Twitter as to which shade she should go for next before dying her hair, as per People Magazine. She got so many responses but then chose to try the navy hue.

As we recall, Kylie had also tried aqua as she attended Coachella in April of last year. She even considered pastel blue in July. According to Business Standard, the star had confessed in one of her interviews that at the age of 16, she first dyed her hair without her mom's permission. She added that dyeing her tresses often made it damage and that's why she likes to change her hairstyle with wigs.

On the other hand, the reality star told Orlando My Way that her favorite part about the event was she gets to connect with her fans. Kylie added that she doesn't do a lot of meet up and greetings, so it's a fun experience for her.

Kylie was seen taking a selfie with her fans. She then tweeted, "I love you Orlando!" as she posted a clip on Instagram of the huge crowd that greeted her. According to Wesh, the Sugar Factory is well-known for its cocktails and of course, the celebrity sweets. Last December 2015, it was officially opened its Orlando location.

Meanwhile, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star is also busy as she promotes Puma. She has a new contract with the brand worth $1 million as a brand ambassador and she was recently spotted rocking Puma underwear along the pool in a new Snapchat post.

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