Kim Kardashian’s Chunky Red Highlights Are So Early 2000s

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To be quite honest, with how frequently Kim Kardashian dyes and bleaches her hair, I’m often shocked it is still as long and healthy as it is. As someone who is always thinking about doing something different with their hair, Kim is the ultimate hair inspiration, as the mom and business owner often goes from her natural brunette to icy blonde to pink all within a few days.

One thing we admire about Kim is her commitment to a look, and she’s no stranger to taking the plunge and dying her hair to match her aesthetic for a photoshoot or red carpet. Appearing on the cover of Vogue China this week, Kardashian debuted a hairstyle we haven’t seen from her yet, and we’re kind of obsessed with the 2000’s emo-grunge vibes.

Did Kim Kardashian Dye Her Hair Red and Black for Her Vogue China Shoot?

Mere hours ago, Kim posted shots from her Vogue China cover on Instagram, rocking an array of different looks, but we were immediately stricken by her waist-skimming, black-and-red strands showcased in the first image. While it’s unclear whether Kim actually dyed her hair or opted for a wig for this shoot, her jet-black roots that fade into bright red, chunky streaks create the ultimate emo kid-vibe—one we haven’t seen from Kardashian yet.

Kim’s other looks throughout the shoot mirror the grungy energy, as she’s also seen rocking shoulder-length black hair with an over-lined ’90s lip, as well as a silver hair moment styled in her signature wet look, also complete with moody, dark lips and eyes. Kim K in her emo-kid era was not on our 2024 bingo card, but honestly we’re here for it.

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