Kim Kardashian famously changes up her hair on a regular basis, swapping out one style for the next faster than style bloggers can keep up with. Her deep, rich hair looks so healthy and is styled so flawlessly that Kim is an inspiration to many women. If you lust after Kim K. hair, clip in hair extensions could help you try out her signature styles. These extensions are super easy to use, so you don’t have to spend hour in front of the mirror and they’re secure enough to last all night.
Kim’s styles begin with her gorgeous dark chocolate brown hair, which may tempt you to turn to the dye bottle to copycat. Even if you choose not to dye your own tresses, you can still get a similar feel in your own natural color.
Start with wet hair, then air dry it overnight while you sleep. This gives you some slight natural curl to start with, plus it’s easier to curl hair that dried naturally than hair that was blown dry. Apply a heat protectant or some argan oil to your locks to protect them while you curl so they’ll shine like Kim’s. Using a curling iron, wrap one or two inch sections around the barrel in a spiral fashion to achieve a Kim-like curl. Once those curls cool, spritz on a bit of hairspray to hold them. Wear your locks down or style them in a classic Kardashian-style half-updo.
Kim also goes in for elegant updos when she needs to look chic on the red carpet. If you don’t have a lot of length, look for clip-in hair extensions in the same shade as your real hair. Human hair extensions are a must if you want to copy Kim’s style. Kim often wears ringlets of hair around her face to frame her features and accentuate her makeup, so leave a little hair loose on either side of your face. Attach the hair extension using the clips, then pull up into a knot, bun or French twist–three of Kim’s fave updos. For a twist, braid the hair before pinning it up.
Kim Kardashian is a true style icon, not least because she’s unafraid to shake up her look and try on new trends. When it comes to hair, what other celeb styles are you loving right now?