Kim Kardashian debuts sleek new hairstyle
Kim Kardashian has shown off a new fashion-forward long bob or "lob" hairstyle via Snapchat.
Kim Kardashian has stepped out with a sleek new hairstyle.
The reality TV personality took to Snapchat on Sunday (31Jul16) to share a series of videos of her fashion-forward look, a meticulously straightened long bob or "lob" which has a deep side part.
In the videos, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star showed off her fresh crop while wearing a forest green lace-up top while sitting in a car with her husband Kanye West. Though she didn't say if the style is totally new or if she simply removed her extensions, it's definitely a look we haven't seen in recent months.
Kim also rocked the hairdo when she attended her half-sister Kylie Jenner's early 19th birthday party at The Nice Guy in Los Angeles on Sunday night. As well as showing off her shiny locks, Kim donned a loosely woven cream corset on top of a white mini dress, with a baggy denim jacket draped over her shoulders. The 35-year-old and her famous family members are all experimenting with the long bob at the moment, with her model half-sister Kendall Jenner, 20, recently chopping off a few inches of her brunette tresses and youngest sister Kylie documenting herself getting a super short bob on Snapchat in July (16), which actually turned out to be a wig.
But it appears Kim won't be changing up the hue of signature raven-coloured locks anytime soon, as she's still dealing with the damage caused by dyeing her hair platinum blonde last year. In March 2015, she surprised the world when she revealed a bright blonde style at Paris Fashion Week - which is still one of her favourite looks yet.
"I did love the blonde and I wish I could have kept it a little longer (but) I really wanted to go to Armenia being a brunette," she told E! News previously. "I wish I had kept it a couple months longer. I'll do it again, but I'm going to have to wait now a couple years because it just damaged my hair so much - I just need to get it back."
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