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The Kardashians' most requested hairstyles revealed

Published 10/12/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Kardashian hairstylist Jen Atkin offers up tips on how to recreate some of the reality stars' most popular haircuts.

Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin loves the confidence Khloé Kardashian's new haircut gives the reality star.

The 31-year-old had her dyed blonde locks chopped into a 'Celine Lob' in October after years of sporting a longer mane, and Jen thinks the new look is a resounding success.

"I love how the confidence Khloé exudes has inspired so many girls who I never thought would chop their hair so short," she told "I say go for it; it's so easy to style. I literally just use my Kardashian Beauty 2-in-1 iron to create a slight wave, or take it super sleek with hair oil."

Jen has also worked closely with Khloé's older sister Kim, 35, and particularly likes it when she embraces a slightly shorter style too.

"A piecey mid-length cut is great if you've never had short locks before because it feels short without actually sacrificing a ton of length," she added. "I always take a lot of weight out through the ends, so that it has a textured 'cool girl' finish."

Jen suggests misting damp hair with surf spray before blow drying and finishing with texture spray for volume that moves.

Finally there's youngest member of the family Kylie Jenner, 18, who wears a lot of coloured wigs as well as experimenting with her own hair colour, switching from her natural brunette to blonde at times.

"(It was a) super thick, super textured haircut with a lot of movement!" she said of her young client's blonde locks, which she sported on the cover of Elle Canada. "Kylie's cut was like the modern version of the shag, which I love. Keep the length below the collarbones so that it feels modern without feeling too short, and sweep to the side for a faux heavy fringe. I always blow-dry with my Harry Josh paddle brush."

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