Kim Kardashian's platinum locks are blond gone, but not forgotten (at least for us!).

The star made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night and looked as sleek and sexy as ever—so good, in fact, that when E! News' Catt Sadler caught up with her backstage, she was posing for a selfie (naturally). Kim wore her hair in a slicked back bun style, and kept her look chicly chromatic, too.

"I wanted it off my face," the star told Catt of her swept-back locks. "Sometimes you're just not in the mood. I have not been in the mood." We feel ya, Kim. (Well, it is Friday.)

Kardashian also revealed that she'll likely be wearing extensions to the 2015 Met Gala (Kim will be attending for the third year in a row with hubby Kanye West), which is why she's, well, giving her hair a breather in the meantime.

Kim Kardashian


As a refresher, Kim went platinum blond in early March at the start of Paris Fashion Week. (You might remember the day, because the Internet nearly broke—especially when it was revealed that Jared Leto had decided to go platinum too.) North West's mama rocked the white-hot hairdo for just three weeks before reverting to her signature brunette locks in anticipation of her family trip to Armenia.

"I did love the blond and I wish I could have kept it a little longer [but] I really wanted to go to Armenia being a brunette. I wish I had kept it a couple months longer," she said. "I'll do it again, but I'm going to have to wait now a couple years because it just damaged my hair so much—I just need to get it back."

(Judging by her sleek, robust-looking locks at the Kimmel taping, we'd guess she's not too far off from her pre-blond hair status.)

Kim Kardashian


Let's take another look at Kim's ultra-sexy get-up from last night, actually: The star arrived to the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood sporting a plunging black blazer, completely see-through skirt (with the trendy full-coverage undies we've become accustomed to seeing on the red carpet) and ankle-strap sandals.

Sheer perfection, if you will.

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