Kim Kardashian, Blonde, George Papanikolas

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When you're the Kardashians, hair maintenance is a family affair!

And the close-knit clan's go-to man when it comes to coloring their locks is Andy LeCompte salon's George Papanikolas, who recently transformed Kim Kardashian into a blond bombshell and also lightened her sister Khloé Kardashian Odom's locks.

Given his relationship with the Kardashian gals, he has quite a bit of insight as to what we can expect from Kim and her family members' manes in the months to come.

So, can we count on Kim sticking with her light locks?

Not according to Papanikolas!

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"She is constantly changing her look, so this is not going to be permanent, but I am sure we will have more great hair moments down the line," he told E! News.

Kim does tend to be a bit of a coif chameleon, having already gone blond a couple of times. And remember that time she debuted bangs only to later reveal they were clip-ons?

The celebrity stylist is eager to see if and Kim and Khloé's willingness to experiment with their strands rubs off on one of their sisters in particular.

"I love Khloé's hair and love that she let me take hair that light. It looks amazing on her, and also Kendall went lighter, so I am excited to see if she keeps it that way or wants to explore a bit more."

As for other stars he'd like to transform blond beauties, Papanikolas has one in mind. 

"I would like to see Shay Mitchell go a bit lighter," he admitted. "I recently gave her the ombré but think she can pull a bit more off."

But should us noncelebs jump by on the blond bandwagon?

Maybe not.

Papanikolas predicts other sexy shades to trend this fall.

"A lot of metallic like what we are seeing on the runways but also chunkier pieces—sort of what I have been doing on Khloé with heavy chunky highlights versus the thin woven-looking highlights," he said when asked about hot hair trends to look out for.

To hear more from George about Kim's dramatic hair transformation, tune in to E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

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