The Kardashians' E! Special: Forget the Drama, Let's Discuss the Beauty Looks

04/22/2013 at 01:19 PM ET

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There was plenty to discuss during the special E! interview with the Kardashian/Jenner clan Sunday night. But we found ourselves less interested in recapping the rather graphic details of sex lives and difficult pregnancies than in the three eldest sisters’ unique beauty looks.

Khloé continued to experiment with new dos, wearing her hair long and curly with streaks of blonde.

Kim simplified her maternity style significantly, but true to her ever-glam instincts, made sure to add a dash of flash via her long, pointy scarlet fingernails.

And Kourtney sported a very sophisticated look, wearing her hair (and new bangs) simple and straight to complement her elegant crew neck shift.

One more thing we couldn’t help but notice — Ryan Seacrest’s suspiciously glossy lips. He denied beauty shenanigans, but we can’t blame him for wanting to be all made-up — after all, he has to keep up with the Kardashians.

Did you watch the show last night? Which sister’s style were you loving the most?

–Alex Apatoff

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Taylor Ford on

Courtney looks very old with the hair like a middle aged 40 year old mother. She should change it back. She’s my favorite dash so I’m just saying it with love. Can’t wait to see the special though.

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