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Over the past month, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has already given us two pretty drastic hair changes to fawn over — and we sure did. First, Khloé Kardashian revealed what her natural curls and waves looked like in a series of gym selfies she shared with her Instagram fans. Then, on the opposite end of the spectrum, her sister Kourtney chopped off her long hair into a chic, chin-grazing bob that took over the internet. But to round out the end of August, we got a hair change from a more unexpected family member: Kourtney's nine-year-old daughter Penelope Disick who looks like the Little Mermaid's twin with her new fiery red hair.
On August 26, her mother shared a photo of the freshly dyed hair with a series of red emojis as the caption. Disick is dressed simply in an oversized Demon Slayer graphic T-shirt with her hands on the back of her head and her long, cherry-red hair pushed to the front. The Ariel-esque style is roughly parted down the middle and falls almost to her waist. Her roots are a cinnamon brown hue that fades into the glorious scarlet hue.
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Kardashian also shared a photo of the behind-the-scenes process on her Instagram Stories. The photo features Disick's hair fully saturated in red dye and wrapped into a makeshift bun at the back of her head. The cherry red hair dye is damn vibrant — we really need the Kardashian to give us the full details on what products were used. Perhaps it's one of these Allure editor-approved red hair dyes?
Manic Panic Semi-Permanent Hair Color Cream in Wildfire
Good Dye Young Semi-Permanent Hair Color in Rock Lobster
Overtone Extreme Red Coloring Conditioner
It’s not every day that you see a nine-year-old with candy apple red hair, but we are enjoying every moment of it. We love seeing parents let their children experiment hair dye in all the colors of the rainbows. Maybe next time Disick will be interested in trying a pink hue or venture into the cooler shades with a vibrant cobalt hue.
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