Kourtney Kardashian's Chic Top Knot: How to Do It in 5 Easy Steps (VIDEO)

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kourtney kardashianKim and Kourtney Kardashian left the warmth, sun, and sand behind in Miami and travelled to London this week to promote the Kardashian Kollection. The girls explained that they want to help British women embrace their curves and look and feel their best as they debuted their 100-piece collection at London's fashionable store, Dorothy Perkins. Both Kim and Kourt looked stylishly business-chic in their all-black, early winter apparel.

While I happen to be a fan of Kourtney's polka-dot themed outfit, it's her hair that really stands out to me. Her tight top-knot is right on trend this fall and is a hair must that everyone should try.

Here's how to get Kourtney's stylin' top knot:

To get a bouncy top knot, start with dirty hair. Pull all hair up into a ponytail. Take small sections and back-comb all of the ponytail. Brush it all forward, and smooth it out on top. Move the hair into a bun shape, and tuck the ends in around the back. Finally, secure with pins and finish it off with some hair spray.

To get Kourtney's tight top knot, skip the back-combing and instead braid your ponytail, circle it around into a bun shape on the top of your head, and secure with a hair elastic or pins. It looks like Kourtney is, dare I say it, wearing a scrunchie in her hair, so don't be afraid to use one of those bad boys, too. It looks good!

Chic, simple, and totally easy -- get on the top knot train today.

Do you like the look?

 

Photo via Splash News

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Billie Jo Evans

That tight top knot doesn't look right, looks like a little girl getting ready for her dance recital.

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