Kim Kardashian is positively glowing in a platinum blonde wig after indulging in a girls’ night out with her sisters in Santa Monica

She’s never been afraid to take a risk with her style.
And Kim Kardashian exuded mermaid vibes wearing a long, platinum blonde wig for a selfie shared on Instagram Wednesday morning.

The 38-year-old social media maven made sure to tag her beauty brands in the flawless image just hours after enjoying a girls’ night out with sisters Kourtney, Khloe and Kylie Jenner in Santa Monica.

Kim showed off her tanned arms as she rocked a nude tank top with thin straps for the quick selfie.

Chris Appleton seemed to be adjusting the luscious wig while she credited her makeup to artist Ariel Tejada who is known for creating Kylie’s glam aesthetic.

Just the night before, the mother-of-three looked supremely chic in a tight white top paired with a snakeskin skirt as she stepped out for dinner at Giorgio Baldi.





She made sure to grab a snap of the family affair as she posed with her sisters for a mirror selfie at the Italian eatery.

Kim and sister Kylie had a blast before dinner singing songs and taking photos in the backseat of their ride.

Earlier in the evening, Kim took a more serious tone online as she posted her support of ending the death penalty and said she has ‘immersed herself in learning about the criminal justice system.’

She shared her comments on Twitter and Instagram, revealing that she is working with California’s Governor, Gavin Newsom, who has halted the execution of all 737 condemned inmates on the nation’s largest death row.

‘For the last year, I have immersed myself in learning about the criminal justice system,’ she wrote. ‘I visited prisons, met with formerly incarcerated people, and helped with cases of individual injustice – including two death penalty cases.

‘I have met with and am very supportive of Governor Newsom and his decision to help bring an end to the California Death Penalty. Racial bias and unfairness run deep throughout the justice system but especially when it comes to the death penalty.’

And we should not be okay with the risk that an innocent person could be executed. I hope we can turn toward better solutions that focus more on healing victims of trauma and prioritizing fairness and justice.’





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