Paris Jackson is one devoted friend.
The 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson revealed a new look on May 27 in an Instagram photo with a female pal.
"Only true friends dye their hair to match their gal's prom gown," Paris captioned the sweet snapshot, which shows her wearing a suit with a blue tie that matches her friend's dress as well as the hue of her vibrant new 'do.
Before anyone jumps to conclusions, it appears that Paris' relationship with her prom date is strictly platonic: On May 25, she posted a pic of her boyfriend of the last few months, musician Michael Snoddy, catching some ZZZs.
"Never met anyone that looks this adorable when napping. So lucky to call him mine," Paris captioned the pic.
The next day on May 26, Paris posted the first image of her new blue hair, playfully captioning the selfie, "spilled an icee on my head 👅💙."
The teen has been experimenting with her look a lot in recent months. After cutting off her long, brunet locks earlier this year, she debuted a bright orange shade in February that she later bleached platinum blond.
Then in April, she added to her growing tattoo collection on her 18th birthday, revealing a "Queen of my heart" inking in her dad's handwriting on her left wrist.
Paris -- who has a tongue piercing -- also got a lotus flower with "'Kǎisèlín' for Grandma Katherine," she explained, in April.
On May 23, she revealed yet another new tattoo: the cover art for her father's classic 1991 album "Dangerous."
"Never forget your roots. Always be proud of where you came from," she tweeted along with a snapshot of the artwork.