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Khloe Kardashian’s hair stylist shares ponytail pointers

Khloe Kardashian’s hair stylist Jen Atkin has shared her tips on how to copy the reality star’s look this festive season.

Khloe Kardashian’s hair stylist has revealed how to copy the reality star’s favourite high ponytail look.

Jen Atkin is the stylist the Kardashians turn to when they want someone they trust to perfect their look, with Khloe enlisting the help of the hair maven to get her ready for a launch event back in June (16).

For the occasion, Jen opted to complement Khloe’s bodycon orange dress by sweeping her hair back into a high ponytail – a look the 32-year-old has copied on numerous occasions since.

Getting the look at home isn’t that difficult either, as Jen told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “I used a curling tong to add some texture to Khloe’s hair, taking big sections at a time. You want movement, not curls, so only wrap them around it for a couple of seconds.

“Tie it all up into a really high pony, then finish by wrapping a piece of your hair around the hairband to hide it. If you don’t have much time, then add an accessory, like a cuff, over the band."

It remains to be seen whether or not Khloe’s sister Kim will venture out this Christmas, given the traumatic events of the last few months. In October (16), Kim was targeted by armed robbers, who bound and gagged her, before making off with money and jewellery. Then Kim’s husband Kanye West was hospitalised in November (16) where he was treated for sleep deprivation and exhaustion.

But if Kim does decide to take her mind off things by attending a few Christmas parties, Jen will be on hand to style her raven tresses into one of her favourite looks – a sleek bun.

"This look is super-glam, and you can play around with different partings if you don’t want it completely scraped back,” Jen said. “I added some Beauty Works tape extensions to Kim’s hair, because they lie nice and flat and it gives the bun more thickness. When you’ve pinned the bun into shape, use a toothbrush and an oil spray to smooth any flyaways into place."

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