For the Christmas Eve party, Kim Kardashian dons a sparkling silver gown and goes back to her dark hairFor the Christmas Eve party, Kim Kardashian dons a sparkling silver gown and goes back to her dark hairdown_gradientdown_gradient

For the Christmas Eve party, Kim Kardashian dons a sparkling silver gown and goes back to her dark hair

The Kardashian-Jenner family celebrates Christmas Eve every year, and Kim Kardashian was dressed festively for the occasion in 2022.
After being postponed for two years in a row due to COVID-19, the KarJenner family was once again in the holiday spirit in 2022 when the Christmas Eve celebration returned, better than ever.
The reality star exchanged her honey blonde hair, which she had been sporting since the Met Gala, for her lengthy brunette locks.
She maintained the magic in a silver gown that hugged her curves and had a second, thicker, more sculptural sleeve.
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Kim debuted her newly dyed hair alongside Chris Appleton, her go-to stylist, who gave it long, luscious waves. The mother of four completed the look with a nude lip and a gun-metal smokey eye.
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The KarJenners held a "scaled back" Christmas Eve party in 2021 that was attended only by family members instead of their customary large Christmas Eve party.
The couple's divorce was finalized in November, and it became effective this year.
Kim started dating Pete Davidson in the fall of 2021 after her breakup with Kanye, and the two were last seen out together the day ...
...after Christmas in 2017. This will be Kim's first Christmas as a single person in general for a considerable amount of time.
In September, she said, "I just want to relax for a moment.".
She passed the Baby Bar exam in December 2021 (after initially failing twice), and she is now wrapping up her studies ...
...in preparation for the actual Bar exam. I think I need some time to myself to focus, finish school, and all that.
She undoubtedly still has a lot to do between that, her numerous businesses, and her four children.