Khloe Kardashian, is that you? The reality TV star left a Los Angeles salon on May 6 with honey blonde hair and cascading beachy waves. But is it just us, or did she look more Kelly Clarkson than Kardashian? Get the details on Khloe’s lightened-up locks!
Khloe Kardashian, 30, may not have gone platinum like big sis Kim Kardashian did back in March, but her hair transformation is just as major. The ‘KUWTK’ star has been slowly taking her naturally dark hair lighter for some time now, and on May 6, she sported a full blonde look that’s left her hardly recognizable. What do you think of Khloe’s honey blonde hair?
Khloe Kardashian: New Blonde Hair Makeover
After reportedly spending five hours at Meche Salon in Beverly Hills on May 6, Khloe emerged looking blonder and better than ever. Previously sporting a more ombré blonde look, the reality TV star has made her transformation into a full-fledged blonde complete. With not a dark root in sight, Khloe, who has been styling her hair in a slicked back look similar to Kim’s and copying younger sister Kylie Jenner’s pouty look, has found a way to really stand out.
Since Khloe took her hair blonder in small steps rather than all at once (we’re looking at you, Kim), her hair has had time to adjust to the color and is less prone to breakage. Still, it’s important to keep the hair conditioned since bleached hair dries out much faster, and keep the color fresh to minimize more trips to the salon. If you’ve recently gone lighter like Khloe, use John Frieda Colour Refreshing Gloss once a week for warm or cool blonde shades. The salon-inspired treatment helps keep color from fading while adding shine for a healthy look.
Khloe Kardashian’s Honey Blonde Waves
For daily hair care, spray Klorane Mango Oil on damp hair before styling, which contains nourishing mango butter to keep your light hair hydrated and prevent the sun from turning your blonde color brassy.
Did you recognize Khloe with those blonde waves, HollywoodLifers? Let us know what you think of her lighter hue in the comments below.
— Marissa DeSantis