Khloe Kardashian’s New Hair Color Is Her Boldest Yet
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Khloe Kardashian’s New Hair Color Is Her Boldest Yet

Platinum blonde emerged early on as the frontrunner for the celeb haircolor of the summer, and the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon: From Rooney Mara to our gal LC, it seems like everyone is rocking the white blonde hue these days.

Now, there’s another celeb donning the processed shade: Khloe Kardashian.

Khloe has been veering away from the dark side for quite some time now, but this new photo is quite simply her most blonde yet: platinum, in fact.

Giving a shoutout to her glam team, Khloe writes, “I love glam sessions with my girls @justinemarjan, @1maryphillips. Shoutout to @traceycunningham1 for my gorgeous hair color.”

While color this light is usually best left to a professional, stylist @justinemarjan offered us an alternate view of Khloe’s new ‘do, along with step-by-step styling instructions for her long loose waves.

“Koko serving major #hairgoals today,” she begins. “GET THE LOOK: prep damp hair with Oribe matte waves texture lotion ($44) and Ouai soft mousse ($28), then blowdry with a Fromm Beauty 1907 square thermal round brush ($18) and a Paul Mitchell Neuro Dry ($170). Spray Oribe dry texturizing spray ($44) throughout, then use a 1.25” GHD curling iron ($159) on large sections of hair, wrapping only the mid lengths around the iron and running the iron up and down the section as it heats so that it creats more of a bend and less of a curl. Alternate directions wrapped around the iron. Then go in with a Kardashian Beauty Hair flat iron ($90) to straighten and bend where needed, especially around the face. Use a small amount of Fat Boy hair matte pomade to scrunch in. Then finish with Kardashian Beauty Hair pure glitz hairspray ($16) for hold.”

Phew! That sounds a bit intense, but if it looks this good in the end, it just may be worth a shot!

Looking fierce, Khloe!

Do you like Khloe’s hair better lighter? Tell us @BritandCo!

(Photos via Brad Barket and Slavin Vlasic/Getty)