Kim Kardashian West & North West Show Off Matching Baby Hair [VIDEO]

Kim Kardashian West & North West Show Off Matching Baby Hair [VIDEO]

Kim Kardashian West is always experimenting with her style, which gets copied repeatedly, however she’s also known to try out different hairstyles as well—and her latest one is sure to get loads of attention.


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Over the weekend, the mom of three (baby number four is on the way via surrogate) posted a slew of cute videos with 5-year-old daughter North West, as they both displayed stylish baby hair designs to their edges. Kim isn’t a stranger to twinning with her mini-me, she and North have repeatedly matched each other in clothing and hair looks in the past.

Kim Kardashian w/ kids Chicago, Saint & North

In the video clips, North is seen wearing a ponytail with her baby hairs formed into small crescent shapes along her forehead and sides, while Kim sports a low ponytail with a swirled design on each sideburn.


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Naturally, as with anything related to the Kardashian/Jenner family, there were those who accused Kim of cultural appropriation and trying to be/look black. Although, you may recall that Kim has stated many times in the past that she wished she never lasered off her own baby hairs and she misses them all the time when she sees them on North.

She admitted that lasering off her baby hairs was a mistake back in 2016, saying:

“I lasered my baby hairs off years ago, because my forehead had all these little baby hairs, and I would always break out because of them. I also lasered my neck because I had such a hairy neck. Every photographer would photoshop them out anyway, and I thought I looked better without the baby hairs, but now I miss them. I think they look youthful! So ladies, you can always laser your hairline, but I miss mine.”

What do you think of Kim’s latest hairstyle? Do you think it’s cultural appropriation or all in good fun? Let us know in the comments.

Authored by: Danielle Jennings