Khloe Kardashian Looks Like a Whole New Person With This Colorful Hair Transformation for a Fabletics Ad

Khloe Kardashian is never afraid to try something new, especially with her hair, and her new colorful ‘do may be her boldest look to date.

On March 29, the brand Fabletics shared a video of their new collection: a collaboration with Khloe, and in the video, fans get a peek at her new image: one with fiery red hair. Fabletics shared one video with the caption reading, “New collection? Say Bible right now. #FableticsxKhloe Khloé V3 drops 04.01.24. 🔗 in bio to get it first. @khloekardashian.”

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In the video, we hear her say, “It’s amazing to be back with another collection with Fabletics. If i had it my way, I’d never leave it.” And in the compilation video, we see Khloe trying on a variety of different looks from her new collection, all in bright, different colors and styles. But the star of the show has to be her red hair, because it looks amazing on her!

It’s no secret that Khloé is no stranger to trying new hairstyles, going from the iconic Kardashian black-haired look to honey blonde hair colors. She’s even rocked a stylish bob before going to this unexpected red hue. While she’s the only Kardashian to rock the red mane , both Kylie and Kendall Jenner have donned the same hue at some point.

In a previous interview with Vogue France, Khloé talked about how the ultimate style advice she can give anyone is to trust in your own confidence.

“You need to decide what makes you feel the most confident and that will help you find your own personal style,” she said. “Typically, I am someone who likes to keep it really simple. I’m a firm believer that less is more, and if you look cute in your clothes and you feel good on the inside then it really shows on the outside.”

Before you go, click here to see the most dramatic celebrity hair transformations.

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