Kim Kardashian’s Braids: Seen On The Runway At NYFW — How To Copy

Once again, Kim is ahead of the trend! Kim's latest hairstyle was spotted on the Fall 2016 runway during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 11. Find out how to copy the style below! Kim Kardashian, 35, is a trend setter and her favorite style as of late is french braids. We saw this look at Fashion Week and now we have expert tips on how you can rock it, too!

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At the Creatures of the Wind Fall/Winter 2016 show, the hair was styled by lead Anthony Turner for Bumble and bumble. On the inspiration, he said: “Every other season here, we’ve always been a little romantic. This season, I’m swapping that completely and doing something that’s a bit tougher. It feels really nice to do that. The inspiration was Snoop Dogg — they showed me pictures of Snoop Dogg and I loved his hair.”

Kim Kardashian’s Braids — Get The Look Seen At NYFW

Here’s how to copy the look seen on the runway and on Kim. For the pigtail braids, “Create a strong center part and prep hair with Dryspun Finish and Thickening Full Form Mousse for tension (no flyaways). Apply Brilliantine on the fingertips for added grip and create a raised cornrow on both sides, starting at the hairline and braiding back behind the ear, securing at the nape with elastic, and finish the braid through the ends (allowing the braid to sit on the shoulders).

“Apply Thickening Hairspray as needed to keep the braids clean. Finish with Classic Hairspray to calm flyaways.”

Here are all the products used in the look: “Dryspun Finish, Thickening Full Form Mousse, Brilliantine, Thickening Hairspray, Classic Hairspray.”

A source close to Kim told “Kim is loving her latest braided hairdo as it makes her life as a mom easier. She sees this as a quick hairdo to maintain especially while she is still breast-feeding Saint which can take up a lot of her time. Kim calls it her, ‘no muss, no fuss hairdo’ and Kanye likes it too.”

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