There’s a limit to what Kim Kardashian, 41, can make a “look.” The beautiful star of The Kardashians wear Marilyn Monroefamous crystal cloak from John F. KennedyCelebrating the legendary 1962 birthday at the Met Gala on May 2 – but couldn’t match Marilyn’s bouncy curls. Now, a source close to KarJenners says HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVE why it’s “not an option.”
“Kim was very dedicated to drawing correctly Marilyn Monroe look for the Met Gala,” the source explained. “She doesn’t want to wearing a wig because she wanted this look to be as real as possible. So she spent a few weeks back and forth with her stylists to start doing the platinum tint.”
However, it turns out that the dye doesn’t suit Kim’s hair, and although she hopes to pull out curls, it is not meant to be. “Kim was originally going to have big curls like Marilyn in her famous show, but because they were too light for her hair in such a short amount of time it did some major damage.” , the source said. HollywoodLife. “There were a lot of spots in her hair and the color was uneven. Kim’s hair was starting to fall out badly and so having big curls wasn’t even an option. All they could do at that point was polish it back and hope no one could see how bad it had gotten.”
Overall look simple not easy to achieve, and Kim wrapped her newly dyed hair in a tight, ballerina-style bun. Despite the hair drama, Kim kept an eye-catching look in Marilyn’s nude gown. And while she didn’t sing “Happy Birthday, Mr. President,” she did try to give that old Hollywood, vintage vibe. next to my boyfriend Pete Davidson28 years old, in an appearance at fashion’s biggest event. In the meantime, the source said she will have to take measures to cover the cracks and spots from aggressive platinum.
“Kim is going back to her natural black hair but the damage is done,” the source said HL. “She will need wear the extension for quite a while if she wants long hair soon. However, it is not the best option if she wants to fix her hair as most extensions also cause damage. She doesn’t have much of a choice at this point.”