Post # 1
First off, I would like to say that I don’t like Kim K as a person. We have the same skin tone and thick black hair (and lots of it). I find myself loving her hair because I am not crazy about soft romantic curls and like a bit of glamour. That’s just my preference. Also, Kim has alot of weddings I can choose styles from. Please help me choose a hairstyle! Vote and leave comments. My heart is telling me to go with a toned down version of number 1 but I do think a simple middle part (2) would look good with a really elegant dress.
The Kim 1
This is my dress
Additionally, I am wearing long, dangly, silver earings.
Post # 2
kikilo: Kim K does have great hair I must admit. I prefer the first hair style, I think it will go with your dress better.
Post # 3
alexandraf: And middle parts are just really hard to pull off.
Post # 4
I’d go with the first one, but part of that’s because I can’t really see a style in the second? I’m probably just missing something. But I’d still say the first is elegant with a bit of glamour, which seems to be what you’re going for.
Post # 5
The second one, her hair is very loosely curled at the bottom and tucked behind her ears in a slicker style.
Post # 7
I like the second style because your dress already has lots going on in the area your hair would be in.. lace, necoline, sleeves and earrings. I think the second style is more modern & classier.
Post # 9
I like the second one because it’s simple and wouldn’t compete with your dress but I dislike the middle part, especially how she has it tucked back so tightly. It just strikes me as unflattering and looking dirty or something (definitely just my personal opinion though)
Post # 10
#1 is much better in my opinion. But, in a toned down version, I would consider it to be romantic curls. So if you don’t like that, go with #2.
Post # 11
I can’t handle middle parts so I voted option 1.
Post # 12
kikilo: I like the first style better. The second (middle part, slicked back) is really hard to pull off because it can emphasize flaws. But its beautiful, and if you think you can pull it off, go for it!
PS: Be careful with your dangly earrings though – they can catch on hairs and make your style frizzy.
Post # 13
I like the first style because it’s more put-together and glamorous. The second style just looks like an everyday style, nothing special about it. Plus, I’m not generally a fan of middle parts.
Post # 14
I like style #2 better on Kim, but think #1 would be easier for most people to pull off. Personally I think my ears stick out weird when my hair is tucked behind them, so would not go for #2, but it would be really pretty on someone with less awkward ears!