Hairstyles of Mothers and Their Daughters
- Kim Kardashian and her mother Kris Jenner: Mother and daughter know how attractive they look with dark hair and plain hairstyles. While Kris Jenner wears her hair short with bevelled fringes, daughter Kim Kardashian often styles her hair into an updo with middle parting
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We wondered whether celebrity mother-daughter pairs style their hair similarly or whether the daughters venture out to find their own styles and hairstyles. Check out the celebrity mother-daughter pairs in our gallery to find out whether the daughters follow in the hair styling footsteps of their mothers. Do mothers inspire the hairstyle choices of their daughters?
"Like mother, like daughter!" Many daughters will roll their eyes when they hear this expression for what seems the millionth time. Quite often, this statement does not only refer to inherited features but also to lifestyle and style choices. The semblance between mothers and daughters often amazes people. Mothers and daughters also tend to prefer similar hairstyles. On first look, it may appear that mothers and daughters prefer different hairstyles. However, on second look, you will almost always discover more similarities than differences. Who inspires whom?
Hairstyles of Kim Kardashian, Her Mom and Other Celebrity Mother-Daughter Pairs
Have a look at Kim Kardashian and her mother Kris Jenner in the photo: Mother and daughter have dark hair. Kim’s hair is long while her mother’s hair is cut short. The hairstyles could not be any more different but both styles are plain, elegant, and stylish.
In our next photo, Kelly Osbourne and her mother Sharon wear their hair in different colours and styles. Kelly’s hair is greyish with a lavender tinge. Sharon’s hair is dark with a reddish tinge. The hair colours and styles could not be more different but both women seem to like colouring their hair in striking hues.
Have a look at the hairstyle photos of celebrity mother-daughter pairs in our gallery. Our take on the line-up is simple. Despite minor differences, the old adage still holds: Like mother, like daughter!