Kim Kardashian, 42, owner of SKIMS, revealed her return to her dark hair on December 25, but on Christmas Eve she appeared in a TikTok video with her hair cut short. The mother of three and her eldest child, North West, 9, went all-natural for the video she posted to Instagram in honor of the holiday.
Kim sported a short blonde hairstyle without the use of extensions or wigs, and she looked warm in her pajamas in the image. At the end of the video, the mother and daughter scribbled in red letters, “Merry Christmas Eve.”
Kim Kardashian Reveals Her Natural Hair
Ahead of her family’s Christmas Eve dinner, the beauty chameleon gave followers a rare peek of her natural hair — without extensions or wigs — on TikTok over the weekend.
The mother of four can be seen lip-syncing to “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” in a video posted to her and North’s joint Instagram account, her honey-colored, shoulder-length hair thrown to one side.
The 42-year-old reality star may have been filming the scene while she was reverting back to her natural dark hair color after the platinum blond dye job she’s been sporting since the May 2022 Met Gala, a significant part of her makeover into Marilyn Monroe for the night, wore off.
In September, the singer said of her shorter, lighter hairstyle, “I am keeping it for a little bit,” Because I don’t want to do any more harm to my hair, I’m thinking of going dark in the fall. But I do believe that blondes enjoy life more than anyone else. The way I feel has changed.
The 14 hours it took to bleach and dye Kardashian’s hair for the Met Gala were not wasted.
Hairstylist Chris Appleton said after the dinner, “It really is a process,” when asked about Kardashian’s elaborate hairstyle. “We were fully comfortable and ready to go because we both knew it was gonna be a long session. Kim’s done the color before. She knows.”
The inventor of Skims has experimented with many different hair colors over the years, including red, pink, and bright green. Most recently, she tried a honey color at Art Basel in Miami in early December.