Khloe Kardashian shocks fans with yet another new look: 'You changed your whole face'

Kelsey Weekman

In true Kardashian-Jenner fashion, the latest member of the famous family to celebrate a birthday went all out with a fabulous party.

On June 27, Khloe Kardashian celebrated her 36th birthday. Her loved ones gathered at Kylie Jenner’s pad for the festivities, and the decor was … intense.

It seemed like Khloe’s face was everywhere — from pillows to cutouts to one eerie-looking slide.

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Credit: Instagram/KhloeKardashian

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Credit: Instagram/RealTristan13

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Credit: Instagram/WorldwideSavas

The slide brings to mind the central decoration from the elaborate amusement park-themed birthday party Jenner threw for her daughter Stormi in February. Perhaps it is a new Kar-Jenner signature.

Even the elusive Rob Kardashian made an appearance.

On top of everything else, Khloe debuted a brand new look. She went dark brown after years of dyeing her hair a bright blonde color.

In response to fans who said they missed the “blonde Khloe,” she tweeted that she just needs “something a little different right now.”

“My heart is with blonde,” she admitted.

Fans have been reacting to the photos of her new look she shared on Instagram.

“I know how I feel about this color,” one wrote.

“You changed your whole face and look. I thought u were pretty original too but whatever makes u happy,” another said.

If you enjoyed this story, you might also want to read about how Khloe Kardashian has come under fire for changing her look in the past.

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