- Khloe Kardashian is trending because she debuted a new look.
- Admittedly, she looks nice.
- However, without a personality overhaul, Kardashian will always be ugly.
Khloe Kardashian has a new look.
The youngest Kardashian sister is currently making headlines because in the middle of a global pandemic, she managed to get her hair professionally dyed.
No one’s asking how she got her hair done in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis and the California lockdown. All they know is that she slays, Kween!
Khloe Kardashian: Pretty On The Outside
In fairness to our girl Khloe Kardashian, the darker hair color does indeed suit her. Certainly, too, her fans seem to think so, given the great feedback she’s been getting for her updated look.
She also seems to have lost weight — which is neither here nor there, it just “is what it is” — and had some plastic surgery done.
More than a few fans have noted that she doesn’t look like the woman we first met all those years ago, when “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” debuted on E!
So, yes, to be fair and equitable to all things, Khloe Kardashian certainly looks pretty.
Too bad looks are deceiving.
Pretty Face, Bad Attitude
Just a few days ago, Khloe Kardashian was making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
She’d teamed up with her ex-boyfriend and baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, to try to sue a woman who was claiming Thompson was her baby daddy.
And this, of course, came after she behaved like a complete “pick-me” for the longest time.
Did we suddenly forget that she dragged Jordyn Woods for filth online? That she accused her ex-best friend of being a “homewrecker” when not only did Woods not hook up with Thompson, but Kardashian, herself, wrecked Thompson’s home to “get” him?
And that’s just the shortlist of many despicable things that Kardashian has done over the years. She does the absolute most to prove she “has a man,” when it’s hardly ever a man worth having.
There’s no question that Khloe Kardashian looks good. It’s just a shame that the inside doesn’t match the outside.
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