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Which Kardashian Sister Used to Be a Blonde?

12/28/2011 at 04:00 PM ET

We all have our deep, dark hair secrets — yes, we once tried a perm! — but one Kardashian sister actually has a bit of blonde in her past. The reality star recently posted a photo of a long-ago Christmas Eve, and revealed her lighter roots. Can you guess who it is? Click through to find out!

Khloe Kardashian Hair
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It’s Khloé Kardashian! The youngest of the sisters is a bright blonde in this pic, where she’s flanked by big sis Kourtney and younger brother Rob. Khloé posted 90 photos from past Kardashian Christmas celebrations on her Celebuzz account this weekend, ruminating on her family’s tradition of Christmas Eve parties at her mom’s house.

“The entire family comes out, along with all of our closest friends,” she writes. “We’ve been doing it for as long as I can remember.” Khloé missed the festivities this year, though; the designer spent her holiday in Dallas, where husband Lamar Odom is currently playing basketball for the Mavericks. She writes, “I would never leave my hubby alone on Christmas.” Tell us: Do you like Khloé’s blonde hair?


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hobieluv83 on

She actually looks better as a blonde.


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