Selfie queen, mother of two and all around girl boss, Kim Kardashian, has been in and out of her fair share of hair salons. She may not change her hair quite as often as little sister Kylie, but her when she does it always looks pretty damn good.
Her olive skin tone and oval face shape can pull off pretty much any cut or color. We have rounded up our top 5 favorite Kim Kardashian hairstyles.
1. The sleek pony
Kim often wears her hair in a super sleek high pony to let her makeup do the talking. It is perfect for milking a few more days out of your blowdry, and can be achieved by straightening the lengths of your hair with a ceramic iron. For added polish, wrap a section of your hair around the elastic band at the base of the ponytail.
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2. The platinum bob
Kim gushed over her fresh new look when it debuted at Paris Fashion Week last year; “It took multiple sittings and was probably one of the most drastic hair changes I’ve ever made, but I loved it!” To achieve this super modern bob, you will need patience and a great colorist to ensure that minimal damage occurs to your hair. The upkeep for brunettes to keep the regrowth at bay is crazy so approach with caution.
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3. Ombre waves
After her first pregnancy Kim debuted a stunning honey blonde ombre hairstyle and we loved it so much we wish it would stay. The honey highlights compliment her olive skin perfectly and the undone waves are relaxed but still polished. This color works on her because she keeps her roots dark and very subtly blends the two tones together.
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4. Low bun
This super modern look is one of Kim’s go to styles lately and we love it on her. The tightness of the bun gives her an instant facelift and looks really dramatic against her dark features. Kim frequently pairs this hairstyle with high necked pieces to play with proportion.
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5. The messy bob
Last but not least is the messy, sideswept bob Kim wore to last years Grammy awards. This look was shaggy and super sexy, with a deep side part ending in perfectly undone waves. You can achieve this look by using a texturizing mousse prior to blowdrying and lightly curling with a ceramic iron.
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