When a Kardashian changes her hair, it’s big news. When Kim Kardashian becomes a blonde, it’s an event. That’s just what happened when the new mother debuted considerably lightened locks over the Labor Day weekend—media around the world took note!
When the statuette is the Golden Popcorn, zany Rebel Wilson struts her stuff in a leather cat suit and the most eagerly awaited award is for Best Movie Kiss, you have to wonder if you’ll find much in the way of noteworthy style at the MTV Movie Awards.
A recent episode of Kourtney & Kim Take Miami featured Kim Kardashian getting a Vampire Facial. Renowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Marc Malek gives us the details on the procedure, why it's become popular and how it really works. What is the Vampire Facial?
Maybe it’s love or maybe it’s simply a seasonal update, but when Kim Kardashian visited Joico Celebrity Colorist George Papanikolas at Hollywood’s Andy LeCompte Salon last week, she was in a “light” mood. So George whipped out his bowls and brushes and got busy, shifting her signature raven tresses to a softer and lighter, multi-chocolate hue.
Do your clients ask for Kim Kardashian's hairstyle? Philip Wolff from Shades Salon in Beverly Hills, CA is the stylist behind Kim's gorgeous long locks. Philip shares his tips for healthy long hair:1. Keep up on haircuts. Depending on length and texture, you want to reshape every 6-10 weeks at the most. Waiting too long can cause one to have to cut more than desired and then that defeats the purpose. Long hair is only good if it's healthy hair.
Back to her brunette roots, Kim Kardashian looked smashing backstage at Jill Stuart's show. Her Keeping Up With The Kardashians crew was trailing her every move, and she seemed to be interviewing all of the beauty talent backstage, including Bob Recine, who was exclusively using Phyto products.