Kendall Jenner just quietly went and got a micro-fringe

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Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli - Getty Images
Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli - Getty Images

She's the least experimental Kardashian-Jenner sister when it comes to hair, so when Kendall Jenner decides to try something new, we're ready to receive.

Last year proved her most transformational yet - perhaps due to lockdown boredom, which saw sooo many celebrities dye their hair at home (candy floss pink, mainly). Although Kendall didn't join the pink hair gang, she did get some honey-blonde highlights, and past evidence would suggest she's also open to a fringe...

No, we're not talking about THAT throwback pic (although it is a very cute fringe), we're talking about a certain Chanel shoot published in Chaos SixtyNine magazine, where she wore the most beautiful shag, complete with full fringe and layers.

Well, she's at it again, and this time for the cover of Vogue Hong Kong, in which she can be seen posing with long, flowing locks and a beautiful blunt micro fringe that barely even skims her eyebrows.

Her followers were full of compliments when she posted the cover, including her mum, Kris Jenner, who commented: "SO GORGEOUS my beautiful girl!!!!!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️" and her sister Kylie, who wrote: "insane 🔥"

Was it the work of a wig? Likely, but we live in hope that she will one day embrace the micro fringe for real, just like fellow celebs Lily Allen and Taylor Swift - and prove herself to be as hair-daring as her sisters...

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Long may Fringe Season last on Planet Celeb, because quite frankly we're obsessed...

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