Kim Kardashian, popular reality star took to her Instagram Story on Thursday night to share a video of six bundles of extensions from hairline and salon owner Violet Teriti.
She ran her fingers through the silky locks as she said: ‘So excited when this is all over I can put some hair in. I let my hair breathe for a really long time.
‘But I am excited about this so thank you Violet for sending me the best hair literally.’
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shared two sultry – and sandy – portraits of herself rocking ‘fishnet hair’ on Instagram.
A few hours later, Kardashian shared a behind-the-scenes video to her Twitter page that showed just how her hairstylist Chris Appleton achieved the unusual look.
She captioned ‘Sandy fishnet print hair on the beach late night,’ on the post that has since accumulated more than half a million likes.
In the step-by-step video shared to her Twitter page, Kim resided in a chair as Appleton and makeup artist Hrush Achemyan carefully placed her hair between two fishnet stencil plates.
Appleton dropped the top plate and captured Kim’s hair within the stencil without disrupting it. After he was handed a bottle of colored hairspray from a shoot assistant, Chris began to slowly apply the color to the stenciled area of the area. He worked the spray from the top of the strand to the bottom before lifting the stencil and unveiling the dimensional ‘do.
The camera zoomed in on Kim’s hair to give audiences a clear look at the effect the stencil had.
The fishnet pattern appeared more opaque towards the top of Kim’s head, but began to fade out as it reached the end of the strands.
Kardashian has been working with hairstylist Chris Appleton for the past several years.
The duo took their first stab at hair stencils on Monday, when Kim graced Instagram with snakeskin print hair.
She posted on Instagram a photo with snakeskin print hair and captioned it ‘Venomousss,’
According to Kim’s Instagram story, the snake themed shoot went down in late February just before Los Angeles went into COVID-19 lockdown.