Kendall Jenner Steals Her Sister Kylie's Fake Bangs, Looks Chiiic

Who wore 'em better?

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Updated, 11/22/15: Taking a page out of the ol' Kylie Jenner beauty book, sister Kendall decided to rock faux bangs at the American Music Awards. The results? Chiiiiiic. 

In fact, we hail this textured, fringey take on a top knot The Swag Bun—just like Taylor Swift's signature 'do, but with an updo remix. 

Much like Gigi Hadid's fleeting bob, Kendall's just-for-the-night look reminds us that there's always more than meets the eye when it comes to a Hollywood hair transformation.

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Wig Queen Kylie Jenner is no stranger to a sleek AF, Mia Wallace-esque black bob. But last night, her choppy baby fringe was especially on point given that she was donning it with her natural mid-length, jet-black hair. 

While clip-in bangs can often skew a bit obvious, Jenner has us convinced that when they're done right—i.e. high quality and customized according to color and a complementary length—you can have edgy, no-commitment-necessary fringe in a matter of minutes.

Jenner debuted the look at her sister Kendall's 20th birthday, pairing it with a plunging, yet billowy orange-gold jumpsuit and a waist-cinching metallic belt.

All together, the look is giving off serious Elizabeth-Taylor-as-Cleopatra vibes and it seems the Kardashian-Jenner gals are obsessed with giving the legendary actress' take on the Egyptian queen a 2015 update.

Check out her new 'do in these photobooth snaps below.

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Lauren Valenti
Beauty Editor

Lauren is the former beauty editor at Marie Claire. She love to while away the hours at coffee shops, hunt for vintage clothes, and bask in the rough-and-tumble beauty of NYC. She firmly believes that solitude can be a luxury if you’ve got the right soundtrack—that being the Rolling Stones, of course.