Kylie Jenner’s Side Bangs Feel So Early-2000s Emo

Kylie Jenner made a bit of a surprise at Paris Fashion Week, making her first appearance at the Acne Studios show on September 28. She never slowed down, show after show, always leaving a completely different hairstyle in line with the brand. skin. One of our favorites is Jenner’s side-swept bangs, which she rocked while out for a night in Paris. We can’t help but think that emoji style, Tumblr is back – along with the sub.

Jenner loves to play with wigs and she did a few styles throughout the week. (A lot like her shorter bangs from the Ulta Beauty party.) These bangs from Paris are longer and straighter, blending into her long dark hair. Of course, Jesus Guerrero did both Jenner’s and all of Jenner’s hairstyles in Paris. He shared a behind-the-scenes photo as she wrote “Love a side bang.” So are we, God. We, too.

Jenner paired her new night-time bangs with Dilara Findikoglu’s “Dissolve Doll” dress, a matching red bag, and transparent Gianvito Rossi heels. Her makeup is also a bit more dramatic. We don’t see the makeup mogul often wearing bold lips but her longtime friend, makeup artist Ariel Tejada hit her with an ombre lip with brown lip liner and glossy nude midsection. (No, we don’t call them Brownie Glazed Lips.) The early 2000s style lipstick and side bangs make for a very interesting reverse look.

That’s not the only Y2K-era trend Jenner launched during Paris Fashion Week. Tejada waxed her eyebrows for the Coperni show, and returned them to her natural dark color for the Mugler show. Jenner has also tried to lighten her brows, a trend that scares millennials a bit too much to redo. But as for King Kylie? Anything goes.

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