Khloe Kardashian's new honey blonde XXL extensions are an ombre dream

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Photo credit: Khloe Kardashian - Instagram
Photo credit: Khloe Kardashian - Instagram

At this point, not a month goes by without one of the Kardashian-Jenner family members briefly dabbling in honey blonde balayage.

Back in February 2020 the whole gang began singing the praises of the look - probably due to its versatility and ability to camouflage extensions - and ever since, they've all had a piece. Most recently Kendall Jenner took the plunge.

It should be noted that a bunch of other celebrities have jumped on the trend too. Everyone from Hailey Bieber to Emma Roberts, Bella Hadid to Zendaya and even Kate Middleton have tried the sunkissed look to varying degrees.

Khloe Kardashian is the latest star to opt for the shade in the form of wispy mermaid waves, with honey shades woven into caramel colours and extensions.

She posted a couple of snaps to Instagram captioned "Sweet like Honey 馃嵂". In the pictures she complements the hair transformation with an all-black outfit that comprises leather trousers, a strapless black top, stilettos and cow-print handbag.

For context, it's the aesthetic she wore to Kendall's tequila launch earlier in the week.

Khloe's snaps from the event come after Kendall Jenner turned off her own comments on Instagram, only allowing comments from those she follows back. Some believe this move was in response to backlash claiming Jenner is engaging in appropriation of Mexican culture.

Khloe's own commentators stuck to discussions of her hair, with many quoting Kanye's Bound 2 in response to the post ("Uh huh honey...").

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Anyway, now I want honey-blonde XXL hair, which is unfortunate considering I just chopped it all off in my first post-lockdown salon trip. Oops.

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