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Khloe Kardashian has no regrets about getting the chop

Published 14/04/2016

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian gave her hairdresser two hours to cut her hair off in between hospital visits to estranged husband Lamar Odom.

Khloe Kardashian's hairdresser tried to talk her out of cutting her hair short.

The reality TV star unveiled her new shorn look in October (15) after years of sporting long hair like her older sisters Kourtney and Kim.

Her transformation came as she provided bedside support to her estranged husband Lamar Odom, who had been hospitalised after falling unconscious in a Nevada brothel earlier that month.

"I thought I was gonna die if I got a trim cause I tried to grow my hair for so long,” she told People magazine, “and then when I was in the hospital with Lamar, I swear it wasn’t even emotional, I was just like, ‘I am f**king over this'.

"I didn’t shower for, like, a week. The doctors were like, ‘You have got to go home’.

"I remember calling (hairstylist) Jen (Atkin) and said, ‘I’m going to be home for two hours. I’m showering, come over and cut my hair.'”

Her hairdresser was reluctant to get her scissors out, as she felt her regular client was making such a rash decision, but looking back, Khloe has no regrets, even though the 31-year-old occasionally adds temporary hair extensions to switch up her look.

"I said (to Jen), 'If you don’t (cut), I am doing it myself!'" she continued. "She tried to talk me out of it, even though she tried to talk me into the haircut for years.

"I said, ‘We can always put extensions in, right?' So we cut it, and I haven’t regretted it. There’s times that I am like, 'Man, I miss my long hair'. Then I put some tape-in (extensions) in and I feel like I got my fix."

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