Khloé Kardashian knows what she likes: velvet-wrapped cars, speaking her mind, ragging on her sisters, and a brand of lush, tawny beauty that sets her apart from her siblings. In exploration of that last point, here, see 20 of her greatest-ever hair looks.
The most current vibe: icy (in both senses of the word) ombré, laser-level part, and pin-straight, like that of a thoroughbred show pony that gets its hair blown out more often than you do.
Crimped ends make you wonder if they were a purposeful addition to her braids or if it was a switch-up on a full-head attempt. Either way, cool detail.
For evening, she does loose waves swept off the face. The better for showing off your accessories, makeup, and, duh, your features.
The higher the ponytail, the tighter the face. That's a fact.
Roll-in-the-hay waves + dark roots = in-your-face sexy, which you might want sometimes.
Makes you aspire to such glassiness, doesn't it? Not a hair out of place.
A collarbone-length lob—and lightened-up color, we're going backwards chronologically here—gives off a whole new vibe. "Who, me?" this pic seems to say.
As we go even further back in time, we've got the lead-up to Khloé's shortest cut in recent memory, this one falling past the shoulders with a more honeyed hue.
Thanks to some time with a flatiron, we can see some angling action going on at the front.
A good reminder to switch up your part.
Remember the slick-back from earlier? Here it is again, worn straight and even sleeker.
So blond, so long, so Kardashian. This is The Standard, but if you've made it this far, you can see it's come a long away.
A more assertive ombré...
Preceded by one so aggressive you might call it dip-dyed.
Another fine example of Kardashian hair, with the curling-iron ends and gradient color and all.
Really into this lived-in texture, in a rare moment of not-super-coiffed-ness.
We were all so young once, with hot-roller waves and deep side parts and—gasp—red lips.
This is a very nice, warm color against her skin tone.
Fully support the long layers in front—and having your own wind machine.
Maybe it's time to go dark again, eh?