Kim and Khloe Kardashian Just Debuted the Spring Hairstyles You’ll Want to Copy
If you’re in Hollywood and trying to book a hair appointment, we wish you the best of luck. From the looks of our Instagram feeds, the salons are probably booked solid for the next month. Between Julianne Hough’s shag and Chrissy Teigen’s lob, the celebrity hair world is seriously booming RN. The most recent celebs to hop in the chair are Khloe and Kim, who both debuted subtle but still noticeable hair updates on social media yesterday. Whether you’re looking for a fresh, shorter style or a fun way to keep your length and incorporate a little bit of color, we suggest you take a look a how the sisters each updated their look for spring.
Brand new Snapchatter Kim decided to document her hair appointment with celeb stylist Cesar Ramirez via a “my story” yesterday. Kim captioned her initial snap, “midnight haircut.” Once the look was finished, Kim showed off the final results via a fun selfie video. From the looks of this video, it appears as though Kim has gone for either a throwback, ombréd style or perhaps a more subtle balayage look – those Snapchat filters can be so deceiving! Either way, let this serve as yet another example of the perfect way to refresh your locks without losing length.
If you’re all about a dramatic chop though, you might want to follow in Khloe’s footsteps. Khloe’s stylist Jen Atkin shared this snap of Khloe yesterday alongside the caption, “Short Hair + a #RevengeBody.” Khloe already went for a major cut back in October when she debuted her iconic lob, but she’s now decided to follow Lauren Conrad’s lead by going short, then shorter. If you’re debating a big cut, try testing the waters by going a little longer than you’re thinking you want. Then, if you’re totally feeling the shorter length, follow up with a secondary snip.
What are your spring hair plans? Tag us in a before and after pic on Instagram @BritandCo.
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