By now, Kylie Jenner fans are used to seeing the reality star with all different hairstyles. From blue and pink to blonde and dark brown, her hair has been totally transformed with wigs and extensions over the years. But some people have wondered what her natural locks actually look like and, now, her 165 million Instagram follows finally have the answer.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently took to her Instagram Stories and gave her fans a behind-the-scenes look at her hair dyeing process. Kylie shared a snap of her roots being touched up and in doing so, she showed off her natural locks! It turned out, her hair is actually super short, and people could not get enough of her bob!

Kylie Jenner Gives Fans A Glimpse At Her Super Short Natural Hair

As fans know, this hair change came just after reports surfaced that Kylie was officially back together with her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott. She sent the internet into a frenzy when she posted a PDA-filled throwback picture with Travis to her Instagram Stories in early March. She captioned the snaps with, “It’s a mood.”

She also shared a video of herself listening to one of his songs, and Entertainment Tonight reported that the pair have been back together for about a month. Similarly, another source told In Touch that they are giving their relationship another try despite the fact that Kylie has trust issues.

The couple had been together for more than two years before the shocking split, and they were seriously goals. The reality star and the rapper were constantly sharing the most adorable, PDA-filled pictures, getting matching tattoos, jetting off on romantic getaways, giving each other the sweetest gifts and showing off their love, and fans loved it. The lovebirds even welcomed a daughterStormi Webster, together back in February 2018. Now, their biggest followers want nothing more than Kylie and Travis confirm that they’re together once and for all!

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