So Kim Kardashian has had her baby boy, Saint West (congrats, Kim!). We do not how we feel about the name though, thoughts? Anyway, we can’t wait for comeback Kim to grace us but for the time being, let us show you how to get hair like Kim Kardashian using hair extensions.
Kim Kardashian’s hair is always super thick from root to tip so we think the Classic Set is the perfect choice to go for when copying Kim’s amazing tresses. This is our most popular set and you’ll soon see why when you clip the little beauties in. In terms of length, Kim Kardashian’s usual length is generally 16-18” however has she has recently gone a little shorter 12-14” would be the perfect choice to emulate Kim’s present day look.
Now to pick a shade, of course Kim’s natural tresses are super dark which we think looks amazing on her. If you want to go to the dark side Good Vibes is the perfect brown/black shade however if you want jet black tresses, Fame Or Shame is the one for you. Kim Kardashian has changed up the shade of her hair over the years, we love the bronde shade which rocked a little while back and if you love it too, then She Stole My Look is the shade needed. Remember when Kim went platinum? Us too! If you’re feeling this shade then Oh My Gwen Stefani is the best option to go for, if you need to make the hair extensions more white in tone you can easily tone them following the instructions you’ll receive with your order.
Finally to style your hair like Kimmy K, it’s pretty simple. Kim generally sticks to sleek and chic hairstyles and we love that, however we do love her texturised, effortless hairstyles too. Kim K also loves a centre parting which looks oh so chic so remember this when mirroring her look. Kim switches up her hairstyles with super sleek, straight hair to updo’s and loose waves and we love all of these hairstyles, plus they are super easy to recreate. Simply grab your hair straightener, or hair tie or curling tong and get styling. Kimmy K hair will be yours in no time.
What is your favourite Kim Kardashian hairstyle?
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