Recently, several members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have been copping their "momager's" signature hairstyle, but the head of the household just switched up her classic look on them. Kris Jenner's new bob haircut is certainly not the choppy pixie you're used to seeing her with. It's so good it might even make you want to recreate it like her kids do.
The reality TV royal has had the same haircut since you first saw her in a zebra-print dress on the intro of Keeping Up With The Kardashians back in 2007. After more than a decade of having her daily life broadcasted to the entire world, fans have come to know and love that short, choppy cut. Much like Rachel's iconic hair from Friends earned its own nickname, Jenner's one-of-a-kind style has been dubbed the "boss pixie."
Could it be possible that she just put her signature look to rest once and for all? Probably not, but Jenner's makeup artist, Ash Kholm, just posted a photo of the 63-year-old's latest makeover on her Instagram Story and you're definitely going to enjoy it while it lasts.
In the photo, Jenner is posing with a brand-new bob and choppy bangs. Her chin-length hair is in loose and tousled waves and her shaggy fringe is tapered to frame her face.
Her usual hairstylist, Jorge Serrano, is tagged in the photo, proving that he is, indeed, the man behind the drastically different look. Kholm set it with sleek makeup, courtesy of Kim Kardashian's KKW Beauty contour and Kylie Cosmetics lipstick, of course.
The timing of the hair change is on par with Jenner's trendsetting daughters, too. Immediately after Kim debuted blunt bangs at the end of Jan., Kendall posted a selfie with her own wispy fringe just days later. Fans were quick to point out how similar the choppy cut was to her mom's signature look.
Not long ago, Kylie also recreated the "boss pixie" verbatim on Instagram, saying in the caption, "obsessed with you @krisjenner."
You'll be obsessed with the momager's new look, too, even though it's likely only temporary. Get the look with The Zoe Report's favorite bob-approved products, ahead.