Psalm West isn’t the only big change in Kim Kardashian’s life lately — she just traded in her long locks for a blunt bob haircut that’s perfect for summer. And while she sometimes uses wigs to change up her hairstyle, her cut was confirmed to be the real deal by hairstylist Chris Appleton.
Though Kim frequently keeps her hair long in a range of shades, she has worn her hair cropped before; it appears this is her cut of choice for the warmer months. (Though, last summer, she did tweet that she missed her long hair, so we’ll have to wait and if she regrets the cut this time around.)
Kim also got a facelift of sorts when she used Snapchat’s baby face filter earlier this week. The star posted a hilarious video where she looks exactly like her daughter Chicago. Check it out below:
Her sister, Kourtney, also tried out the filter and looked like a spitting image of Kim and Kayne’s daughter, North, complete with the perfect side eye.
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Earlier this week, Kim and Kanye flew to Las Vegas to see Celine Dion perform. Kanye surprised Kim with the perfectly planned date to honor their fifth wedding anniversary. The couple went backstage after the show to visit with Celine and congratulate her on a great performance, which included her hits, “My Heart Will Go On” and “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now.”
To celebrate their anniversary, Kim also shared some behind-the-scenes photos from their wedding celebration, including shots of Kanye getting ready for the day and some of her custom Givenchy wedding gown, designed by Riccardo Tisci.
The West’s also received some beautiful flower arrangements recently to commemorate Psalm’s arrival and their anniversary. Khloé sent them a flower statue for their anniversary, and Adidas sent the couple a “PSALM” flower arrangement to congratulate them on their newest bundle of joy.
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