Kim Kardashian Goes Blonde Again After Baby: Get the Details from Her Hairstylist

Celebrity Beauty Sep. 5, 2013 AT 1:15PM
Kim Kardashian with blonde hair takes North to Labor Day BBQ
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A new mom needs a new look! Kim Kardashian dared to go blonde once again and shared the gorgeous outcome when she stepped out for a Labor Day party on Tuesday, Sept. 3, with baby North in tow. Showing off her post-baby body in a green button-down, Kardashian, 32, was also joined by older sister Kourtney, 34, for the festivities.

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"I think she wanted to go blonde this time because she wanted a big change," George Papanikolas, her hairstylist, told Us Weekly of the new blonde locks. "It was Kim's idea to go blonde, but everyone around her had some influence including myself." 

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"We went over a lot of photos and looks for inspiration, which is the best way to communicate hair color," he continued. "That way we were able to come to an agreement of a blonde that is realistic considering her natural hair color, and would be the most flattering to her skin tone."

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Kim and Kourtney Kardashian on Sept 2, 2013.
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian on Sept 2, 2013.
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Papanikolas -- who has also worked with sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner for two years -- also revealed why this transformation is different than her previous blonde waves. "When Kim went blonde a few years ago it was caramel blonde. This time it's more of a Honey Blonde," the Joico's Bi-Coastal stylist said. "I'm assuming she will keep it once they start shooting the next season [of Keeping Up With the Kardashians] since they usually don't do a big hair color change mid-season."

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