Keeping up with Kim! Kris Jenner and Khloe Kardashian delve into Kim’s mega wardrobe, but who wears Kim’s clothes best?

The Kardashian sisterhood are not short of an outfit or two, and between them we reckon they'd need a whole Hollywood house to stash their designer collections! And, maybe even a separate one for Lady Kim Kardashian herself! However, it seems that no matter how many juicy designer pieces these siblings acquire, there's only one wardrobe they all want to raid - and that's Kim's.


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Keeping up with Kim! Kris Jenner and Khloe Kardashian delve into Kim's mega wardrobe, but who wears Kim's clothes best?

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Before you decide on what bleach look you want, bear in mind your finances and if you will be able to afford the upkeep.If youu2019re on a tight budget then try and avoid an all over bleach or highlights that will involved maintenance every few weeks.Instead, opt for a dip dye look so any emerging roots will just add to the style.(Image: Longhairstyleshowto.com)4 of 15

Before you decide on what bleach look you want, bear in mind your finances and if you will be able to afford the upkeep.If you’re on a tight budget then try and avoid an all over bleach or highlights that will involved maintenance every few weeks.Instead, opt for a dip dye look so any emerging roots will just add to the style.(Image: Longhairstyleshowto.com)

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This will involve leave in conditioners, conditioning sprays, heat defence sprays and protecting your hair against sun and chlorine damage.5 of 15

This will involve leave in conditioners, conditioning sprays, heat defence sprays and protecting your hair against sun and chlorine damage.

This will involve leave in conditioners, conditioning sprays, heat defence sprays and protecting your hair against sun and chlorine damage

Do you use heat defence spray? Are you regularly blow drying and straightening your hair? Will you use the right products?Be honest with yourself, are you high maintenance enough to care for hair that will most definitely be high maintenance?6 of 15

Do you use heat defence spray? Are you regularly blow drying and straightening your hair? Will you use the right products?Be honest with yourself, are you high maintenance enough to care for hair that will most definitely be high maintenance?

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ColourNationu2019s salon manager Grant says that before bleaching your hair, have in mind your natural colour before determining the result that youu2019re after.u201cIt will depend on the shades of their natural hair to begin with, and whether they have any artificial colour, natural will lift lighter and easier and with more control.u201dIf you have naturally light brown hair, you can expect bleach to dramatically lift your hair, whereas dark hair will need far more product to lift the colour.7 of 15

ColourNation’s salon manager Grant says that before bleaching your hair, have in mind your natural colour before determining the result that you’re after.“It will depend on the shades of their natural hair to begin with, and whether they have any artificial colour, natural will lift lighter and easier and with more control.”If you have naturally light brown hair, you can expect bleach to dramatically lift your hair, whereas dark hair will need far more product to lift the colour.

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If youu2019re addicted to the straighteners, you might want to rethink your plans to bleach your hair, as chances are your locks are already parched.If you decide to go ahead make sure your hair is in tip-top condition. A month before you plan to bleach your locks, indulge in an intense conditioning treatment. Let your hair dry naturally, or use a very low heat setting on your blow dryer to minimise heat damage, remembering to spray on plenty of heat protection spray.8 of 15

If you’re addicted to the straighteners, you might want to rethink your plans to bleach your hair, as chances are your locks are already parched.If you decide to go ahead make sure your hair is in tip-top condition. A month before you plan to bleach your locks, indulge in an intense conditioning treatment. Let your hair dry naturally, or use a very low heat setting on your blow dryer to minimise heat damage, remembering to spray on plenty of heat protection spray.

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If youu2019ve dyed your hair before then you might have to use a different product to lift previous colour out of your hair to improve results.Let your colourist know you entire hair history so that they can apply the right amount of bleach (and minimise damage).9 of 15

If you’ve dyed your hair before then you might have to use a different product to lift previous colour out of your hair to improve results.Let your colourist know you entire hair history so that they can apply the right amount of bleach (and minimise damage).

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Grant from ColourNation says: "Henna can be hard to lift’ compared to other types of dye, so make sure that you tell your colourist if you have ever coloured your hair with a henna based dye.10 of 15

Grant from ColourNation says: "Henna can be hard to lift’ compared to other types of dye, so make sure that you tell your colourist if you have ever coloured your hair with a henna based dye."

Grant from ColourNation says: "Henna can be hard to lift’ compared to other types of dye, so make sure that you tell your colourist if you have ever coloured your hair with a henna based dye

If your hair is dry and curly, it will respond to the bleach but it may also become more damaged as a result.If you have fine hair, you may also need to be more careful about bleachining.11 of 15

If your hair is dry and curly, it will respond to the bleach but it may also become more damaged as a result.If you have fine hair, you may also need to be more careful about bleachining.

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Sometimes the only way to improve the condition of your hair is to snip off those frizzy ends, no matter how attached you are to them!Grant says: u201cIf the hair was in a bad state to prepare – we would suggest that they donu2019t bleach it.u201d12 of 15

Sometimes the only way to improve the condition of your hair is to snip off those frizzy ends, no matter how attached you are to them!Grant says: “If the hair was in a bad state to prepare – we would suggest that they don’t bleach it.”

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If you get sick of the bleached look, never attempt to cover it up with dark hair dye at home!u25a1This will damage the hair, or cause it to go a brassy, ginger colour. Not good!Instead, visit a reputable salon (like ColourNation) and talk to your stylist about how you can go darker without damaging your hair further.13 of 15

If you get sick of the bleached look, never attempt to cover it up with dark hair dye at home!□This will damage the hair, or cause it to go a brassy, ginger colour. Not good!Instead, visit a reputable salon (like ColourNation) and talk to your stylist about how you can go darker without damaging your hair further.

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