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Kim Kardashian Just Rocked a “Snatched Wet-Look” Ponytail and Wow

Being a Kardashian means rocking a new beauty look almost every day, and one member of the fam who always manages to look oh-so-preen and polished is none other than Kim Kardashian herself. Gotta keep up with the Kardashians, folks.

We’ve seen hip-skimming braided hairstyles, an extension piece that cost her $10,000 (yep, I’m wincing too), and most recently, Kim even rocked a 90s Pam Anderson-inspired updo. But today is a new day, which means a new Kardashian hair slay – and this slay comes to us in the form of an XXL snatched wet-look ponytail. So. Mega.

Kim’s go-to celebrity hairstylist, Chris Appleton took to his Instagram Stories to share his latest hair creation for the reality star. Kim, who was attending Vogue’s Forces of Fashion conference in New York, is sporting what Chris describes as a ‘snatched wet-look pony’. Although we know how Chris achieves the snatched bun look, we’re still wondering how the goddess-like waves in the ponytail keeps its wet look throughout the whole day. Share your secrets, Chris.

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Chris Appleton @chrisappleton1Instagram

Now, although Chris is yet to spill the beans, celeb hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons (another Kardashian go-to) once shared the exact products he used to create Megan Fox’s wet hair look for the MTV Video Music Awards, which gives us similar vibes to Kim’s recent look.

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Apparently the trick is to use copious amounts of hair oil (duh?!), so, we’ve rounded up some of our favs below. It’s the perfect look for the forthcoming heatwave. Nobody will be able to tell what’s sweat and what’s hair oil, lol…


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