Kim Kardashian debuts candy-colored locks on outing with Kanye in LA And Kim Kardashian revealed a colorful new look on Sunday after recently telling her fans she was bored of her blonde tresses.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star stepped out in Los Angeles with husband Kanye West showing off the new look as the couple checked out a warehouse together.
Her long silky locks, now dyed a cotton candy pink shade, fell in a center parting down her back.
Kim took care of business chatting on her phone while looking very stylish in a cropped fleecy sweater and sweatpants.
Some cream snakeskin boots added some glam to the casual look.
Seemingly there were no bathrooms on site as Kanye, 40, was caught relieving himself against the side of the building while Kim giggled behind him.
Earlier in the day the mother-of-three showed off her vibrant tresses on Instagram and Twitter.
‘Hey guys, do you like my new pink hair?’ the reality star said in an Instagram story.
Kim added a cute Snapchat filter with teddy bear ears and nose to the selfie clip she shared while showing off the look.
After some of her fans questioned whether it was a wig, the E! star took to twitter to clear things up.
‘I don’t really do wigs . It’s real.’ she wrote.
The reality TV queen took toTwitter to reveal that she was ready for a new look after six months of sporting a chic blonde mane, beginning in the Big Apple last fall for New York Fashion Week.
‘I can’t even tell you how over my blonde hair I am!’ said Kim, who’s employed stylist Chris Appleton to reinvent her famed coif through a myriad of different looks incorporating cuts, extensions and color tweaks.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star last month revealed she’d have a blonde hairdo for a few more weeks after a bleaching treatment.
The style-setter said that she’d consider switching back to her traditional black mane ‘when the roots grow out too much,’ encouraging her fans to savor the light mane in anticipation of putting the bleach bottle away for an extended period after it runs its current course.