KHLOE Kardashian looked unrecognizable with long dark hair as she posed in a tiny bikini top and jeans.
The KUWTK star, 37, has been showing off bleach-blond hair and light eyes in her recent photos.
But Khloe went back to brunette while posing in a sultry photo from a Good American ad.
The mother-of-one styled her dark hair in long waves as she posed in a tiny nude bikini top and matching bottoms.
The reality star accessorized her revealing outfit with a chunky chain necklace and diamond earrings.
She posted the sexy photo on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday and wrote: "Shop my Black Friday sale picks."
It comes days after Khloe addressed the stresses behind her fame in a cover shoot for Cosmo UK.
Khloe stunned in a series of photos – which were taken by Dennis Leupold – featured in The December 2021/January 2022 issue of Cosmopolitan UK.
The reality star wore her blond hair straight and down, while she modeled numerous looks in the shoot.
Although Khloe has boldly changed her look over the last couple of years, she hasn't been so brave against internet bullies.
The Good American founder opened up about a number of topics in the interview with Cosmo UK, including how she deals with her haters.
HITTING BACK AT HATERS
She told the outlet: "I have my days. There are definitely times that I’m like, 'I don’t give an a** about anything.’ I have this great ability to block everything out.
“Then I have times where I struggle and I can’t drown out the noise, and I get mad at myself for not being able to. It’s a vicious cycle.”
She added: “You have to take every day as it comes.
“There are definitely times when we’re like, ‘Just get these cameras out of our faces!’”
Khloe has dealt with months of criticism over her changing looks, with many fans accusing her of plastic surgery and photoshop in her posts.
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