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Kylie Jenner Asked 60,000 People Which Shade of Green to Dye Her Hair

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Kylie Jenner is at her Kyliest when she's undergoing physical change (see: the shocking revelation that her sparkly claw-like talons are no more), so it's par for the course that she's already considering her next hair color. This time, she asked her Twitter followers to weigh in, which they did, with predictable enthusiasm.

Late last night, she tweeted side-by-side photos of two of her past looks and asked which her followers preferred:

Then, instead of embarking on the tedious task of filtering through her replies, she decided to quantify things more precisely:

Though there's still a whole ten hours of voting left, the current results see teal beating mint with 55% of the vote. Kylie herself seemed to echo her followers' sentiment, tweeting the following:

All was well: Both Kylie and her nearly 60,000 voters came to a single decision. Until! Less than an hour ago, one of the voters demanded, in all caps, "Did you decide on what wig you're gonna wear yet?"

Her response:

Translation: Kylie Jenner has chosen neither teal nor mint, therefore rendering the previous 14 hours' worth of voting meaningless. If her choice of emoji are any indication, expect something either bumblebee-striped (unlikely) or Beyoncé-inspired (likelier).