Belfast Telegraph

Friday 22 August 2014

Kendall Jenner's tresses thrilled stylist

Kendall Jenner

Celebrity hair colorist George Papanikolas says Kendall and Kylie Jenner have fun experimenting with different looks.

George Papanikolas, hair colourist to the stars, loves working with the reality TV star and her younger sister Kylie Jenner. He has praised the duo – who are Kim Kardashian’s half-siblings – for being open to trying new looks.

“They are energetic, fun, and getting to be a part of them experimenting with colour is really refreshing because we get to explore these options together,” George told Beauty High. “And getting to dye Kendall’s virgin hair was great!”

While 17-year-old Kendall has experimented with blonde tones, Kylie has preferred to maintain her family’s trademark brunette hue. George says the teenage models are always on the lookout for the latest hair craze.

“Kendall was more open to lightening her hair, while Kylie wanted to stay on the darker end. But I would say they are both equally open to new ideas,” he explained when asked which hair trends the sisters are fans of. “Kylie is very interested in experimenting with black but she’s a young girl and that can change next week and she could want to go lighter.”

George also gave some advice to anyone interested in dyeing their brown locks blonde. He says it is crucial to choose the right shade so that it complements your features.

"If you’re a dark brunette and you want to go lighter anyone can go a variation of blonde, but if you are naturally dark the best results come when you lighten your base two shades and your highlights four shades lighter, which for brunettes means you’re going to be a golden caramel blonde,” he said. “Trying to go any lighter can result in brassiness and damage to your hair.”

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