Want Khloe Kardashian's long locks? Lauren Pope has a few tips...

Published Wednesday, Feb 3 2016, 14:16 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Khloe Kardashian sent the beauty sphere into meltdown yesterday when she ditched her stunning lob for a head of even more gorgeous flowing extensions - and we know how you can create the look at home!

KoKo took Instagram to debut her sleek new look courtesy of Kardashian hairdresser Jen Atkin and colourist Tracey Cunningham but seeing as we don't have a huge glam-squad on call, we've enlisted the next best thing.

Khloe Kardashian takes to Instagram to show off long hair extensions, 2nd February 2016

© Instagram / @khloekardashian

Lauren Pope, duh!

Everyone knows that the former TOWIE star is obsessed with all things hair. She's the founder of extensions hub Hair Rehab London (Little Mix and the Geordie Shore girls are fans, too, just sayin') and she chops and changes her 'do more or less every month.

Why not, eh?

With that in mind, Popey has broken down Khloe's latest look for those of us who are just desperate to add a few extra inches to our locks.

So listen up and take note!

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Step One:

"It's a good idea to use a dry shampoo to add a little hold to your own hair before clipping in extensions," says Lauren. "This helps to give the clips something to grip on to! You can also gently backcomb the area where you plan to place the grips for an extra firm hold."

Batiste Sweetie Dry Shampoo £3.29, 26th January 2016

Batiste Sweetie Dry Shampoo £3.29

Step Two:

If your own hair is either thick or short then separate your hair into two sections at the crown and clip the top section up. "Take the lower back section and create a small braid," Lauren says, "then simply pin this braid flat against the head. This will conceal shorter hair strands."

Hershesons 'Pin Me Down' hair pins £6, ASOS 28th August 2015

Hershesons 'Pin Me Down' hair pins £6, ASOS

Step Three:

"Apply the Hair Rehab London Luxe Volume Clip In Extensions all the way around the head," advises Lauren. "When they are secure, unclip the top half of your hair and gently brush down to conceal the clips."

Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall takes to Instagram to show off her new Hair Rehab London hair extensions, 27th January 2016

© Instagram / @jadeameliabadwi

"With the single clip pieces," says Lauren, "arrange them diagonally around your face and hairline. Placing them diagonally will instantly create a layered effect around the front of your hair."

Fab if you love the fuller, voluminous look.

Step Four:

"Once the hair is totally secure, give it a once-over with the straighteners," says Lauren, but don't worry, the heat won't damage them at all. If you want a little bit of texture, check out Lauren's Mermaid Waves YouTube tutorial - we're a little bit obsessed.

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