Kylie Jenner debuts new pink hair as she poses in strapless top – The Sun

KYLIE Jenner debuted her new pink hair as she posed in a strapless white top.

The makeup mogul, 22, enjoyed a night out with her best friends Stassie Karanikolaou and Victoria Villarroel.

She first shared a photo on Instagram in her car with the butterfly filter, captioning it: "She's pink".

Later on pal Stassie posted Kylie on her Story wearing a white strapless top with black, figure-hugging jeans as they drank at Los Angeles' The Nice Guy bar.

The socialite wrote over the pic: "my gf lookin sexy tonight @kyliejenner".

Kylie recently returned from her vacation with her pal Stassie and treated their social media followers to a gorgeous photo shoot of the pair in matching, see-through outfits.

Not only did they match dresses, but also hair and makeup too.

Kylie dazzled in her stretch-knit dress, which featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and a frilled hem.

They styled their tresses in slicked-back updos and opting for muted makeup.

Sharing a sizzling snap of them posing pressed up against each other on Instagram, the reality star wrote: "Another day another slay."

Kylie and Stassie – who often twin their outfits – also posed on a set of white stairs in another snap, with Stassie turning around to show off her behind.

Life has not always been easy for the billionaire, as earlier in the week she was forced to defend her "weird ass" toe after fans spotted it in a series of bikini shots.

She showed off her curves in stunning snaps from her Bahamas holiday but followers couldn't help but notice her middle toe – which was shorter than the others.

After legions of fans commented on how strange they thought the toe was, Kylie was forced to reveal her "weird ass" toe was like that because of an injury.

Speaking on her Instagram Story, she explained: "So I broke this middle toe in middle school. There's nothing you can do for a broken toe, so I just had to let it heal how it wanted to heal."

She continued: "So when I lift this [left foot] up they're normal and like in place.

"And when I flex this [right foot] up this little guy is like out of place."

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