???? still playing, "single white females." opposites don't attract. bleached blondes have the most fun.. w my twin for a moment! love that kiki finally listened to me & ye (after 2 damn years!) and legit did her hair e x a c t l y like mine???? !wait. no, im really living to be called her hair muse now LOL. so any of you freaks trying to take my shine, outta here, ???????? she said i was her inspiration. duh. HA???? (if u can't see that im making fun of myself, u r wild lol) ps i really love that everyone wants to be me now, i mean @kimkardashian ????
Kiki's true muse has arrived!
When Kim Kardashian debuted platinum blonde hair in Paris on March 5, the whole world (aka the Internet) seemed shocked—everyone, except one person that is: celeb makeup artist Joyce Bonelli, who says she's the reason the reality star lightened up.
"Still playing 'single white females.' Opposites don't attract. Bleached blondes have the most fun," began Bonelli, who also works with Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid, in an epic Instagram post on Tuesday, March 17, that featured the matching blondes side by side.
The makeup artist went on to say that she's thrilled that after two years of trying to convince the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star to go bold and blonde (with the help of Kanye West), Kardashian, 34, finally listened.
"She said I was her inspiration. Duh, " Bonelli wrote, adding on one note: "If you can't see that I'm making fun of myself, you are wild. lol" (Though she did this all in jest, Kardashian did confirm that the beauty pro and friend was one source of inspiration via her Instagram page.)
The statement could be a jab at Serbian pop star Jelena Karleusa, who claimed that she was Kardashian's muse via Instagram this past week. Though she complimented the Dash cofounder, too, telling Us Weekly, "She is beautiful, so it doesn't matter if she put anything on her head. She doesn't need hair at all."
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