Kim Kardashian Wants to Know if You Think She Should Go Blonde

10/29/2012 at 12:15 PM ET

Kim Kardashian Blonde Hair Dave Kotinsky/Getty; Startraks

After sporting a $2,000 waist-length blonde wig as part of her sexy mermaid costume for the Midori Green Halloween party in New York City on Saturday, it seems Kim Kardashian wants to keep her new hair color for a bit longer.

She shared several pics of herself wearing the pricey hairpiece along with a cleavage-baring white top and skin-tight green sequin skirt on Twitter this weekend, writing, “Kinda loving this blonde wig!” Kardashian then asked her 16.5 million followers, “Should I dye it for real?”

Though we prefer Kardashian with her signature dark-brown waves, maybe a new hair color will complement her recent wardrobe makeover (courtesy of boyfriend Kanye West). Tell us: Should Kardashian dye her hair blonde? Vote below!

–Jennifer Cress


FILED UNDER: Hair , Kim Kardashian
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pinklily on

The blonde wig makes her look like a drag-queen version of Cher

et on

Should she go Blonde? She should just go away!

Brandi on

Definitely better as a brunette!

cherfer on

god, she is so into herself.

headless on

I think the blonde makes her look older, brunette in my opinion is the way to stay.

Sylvia on

She should just go away!!

deanna on

why mess with some thing that’s working,for you, like kim the dark hair is part of you and your dad and mom, don’t give that up. plus it’s you trade mark ! ! your so beautilful as you are and your sister’s.

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