Kim Kardashian always looks gorgeous, but it turns out husband Kanye West prefers the reality star blonde! She spoke to PEOPLE about their disagreement during the Kardashian Sun Kissed event at LA's ULTA Beauty.
"Kanye likes the blonde," the brunette beauty revealed. "But I think I'm going to stay dark."
"I was talking about this yesterday actually with Kanye. He asked if I would ever go back to blonde," Kardashian added. "I was like, 'Not right after a baby, because my face was so swollen and it looked like my lips were huge. My face was just off.'"
The E! star even found a way to go back and forth between the colors.
"After I saw [me blonde] it was definitely fun, but then I thought that I can just wear a wig if I really have the urge. It was so easy," she said.
Kardashian also raved about her sunless tanning product.
"I try and put it on once a week," the starlet explained. "You look so healthy and thinner when you are tan. But you have to exfoliate and we have a tan extender to make sure your tan lasts as long as possible."
"Kourtney is naturally darker than us, but isn't as even so she uses it more to even out her skin tone," she added. "Khloé just needs a tan at all times, she is so white. I just care more about the glow!"
It was rumored last week Kimye, who wed in an elaborate European ceremony in May, are faking their marriage for business.
"Their marriage is a sham," the source told In Touch. "Kanye and Kim haven't slept together in weeks."
The couple already outlived Kardashian's last relationship, a 72-day long marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries. According to the site, she receives more money the longer she is in it this time.
"The longer Kim stays married, the more money she gets," a source close to the prenup told In Touch. "Every decision that she makes in life is calculated. Why should her marriage be any different? It's all a business deal."
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