Khloe Kardashian's swishy, flicky 90s bob hair is equal parts glam, equal parts chiiiic

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Major celebrity hair transformations are my guilty pleasure. There, I said it. And whilst Khloe Kardashian hasn't gone and got Kris Jenner's trademark pixie cut, nor has she done a Lily James and dyed her hair dark chocolate brown, or even got a curtain crop 'n' chop like Ariana Grande (I could go on, TBH), her most recent look is a lewkkkk.

A few nights ago, KoKo and momager, Kris Jenner, attended The Kardashians Hulu show season finale premiere, taking to the carpet to get pap pap papped. Of course, as the Kardashian-Jenner clan always does, the pair showed up and out with beyond chic hairstyles. KJ opted for all the drama with a brand new 'bixie' cut, whilst Khloe kept it subtle with a glam swishy, flicky 90s-style lob.

Her go-to hairstylist and our favourite namesake haircare owner, Andrew Fitzsimons, shared an Instagram picture of the star debuting his night's work. As Katy Perry once said: "Swish swish, bish".

Sharing the inspiration behind the look, Andrew wrote in his post's caption: "Glam 90’s bob vibe on @khloekardashian last night for @kardashianshulu ♥️". And with that in mind, I can totally see how the deeply parted swooped over bob with flicked under ends is taking us back to the Beanie Baby days.

To achieve this look, all you need to do is straighten your hair and when approaching the ends, twist up and under. I can also guarantee that Andrew would have used his very own Body Volume Dry Hold Spray for Fine Hair, £9, seeing as the look is tame from flyaways, held in place, yet still volumising.

Plus, Khlo rocked some specs that I now have added to my ever-growing wish list... that's this month's paycheck already spent (and I've not even received it yet).

Gahhh, I do apologise but I'm off to play 'Swish Swish' on repeat seeing as I cannot get it out of my head. ALEXA, VOLUME 30,000.

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