Another day, another Kylie Jenner hair change.
The 18-year-old reality star debuted long navy hair on Friday while attending the grand opening of Sugar Factory Orlando in Florida -- despite having earlier asked fans if she should rock mint green or teal locks at the event.
Two weeks ago, Jenner had her fans vote on which 'do she should rock, with 149,000 people weighing in via a Twitter poll.
Guys teal or mint for my next sugar factory event? I can't decide pic.twitter.com/MohbNtfd8v— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) March 1, 2016
Ok doing a poll!!— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) March 1, 2016
Teal won, but Jenner clearly didn't go with that shade, opting for the navy hue she displayed instead. She even posted a video with her screaming fans on Snapchat that showed off the new locks, as well as her salmon-hued Manokhi suede dress.
Jenner's natural hair color is black, so dark blue wasn't a huge shock compared to some of the bright wigs and extensions she's showed off in the past. After all, she donned a pastel pink wig just last month in honor of Valentine's Day.
The new look might be gone just as quickly as it appeared, however. Jenner tagged Tokyo Stylez, her longtime hair stylist, in one of her Instagrams.
Days before revealing the navy locks, Jenner made a Snapchat movie featuring her friends, Harry Hudson, Jordan Woods, AE, as well as her boyfriend, Tyga. Rocking her natural short black hair and fresh out of the shower, she asked each member of her crew what they thought about her natural hair.
Hudson and Woods were iffy about the hair she was born with.
Jenner acted offended in one of the photos, telling Hudson he was an "a**hole" for not liking her real hair, which she claims has been "kind of destroyed from my bleach."
Unlike Joradn and Woords, however, AE and Tyga said they liked Jenner's au naturale locks, with the "Rack City" rapper telling his girlfriend, "Yeah, it looks fine."
At the end, Jenner sarcastically critiqued her own hair.
The Kylie Lip Kit creator is known for her ever changing hairstyles. Take a closer peek at February's pink strands -- which actually lasted for more than one day! -- in the video below.