Khloe Kardashian ditches extensions to unveil natural hair in sultry gym snap

Khloe Kardashian has stunned fans by ditching her long extensions and flaunting her natural hair.

The reality star, 37, appeared without her signature long tresses in an Instagram story for her elder sister Kourtney Kardashian's wellness brand Poosh on Tuesday.

Her 43-year-old sibling's company shared a snap of an extension-free Khloé to its Instagram story alongside an article promoting hangover remedies.

The Revenge Body host looked sizzling in the snaps, which saw her pose for a gym-mirror selfie.

Dressed in a co-ordinating purple LAPP gymwear set and pink trainers, Khloé wore her hair in a shoulder-length style with her natural curls on full display.

The stunning snaps were originally posted to Khloe's own Instagram page in August last year.

Sharing the images with her 253 million Instagram followers, the mum-of-one shared a number of pics of herself sporting the natural hairstyle.

In a caption, she wrote: "I rarely wear my natural hair texture.

"Felt kinda cute with it (please don't ruin the feeling)."

Khloe later explained that she had temporarily stopped receiving hair-straightening treatments during the coronavirus pandemic.

In a follow-up post shared to her own Instagram story, she added: "I've been getting straightening treatments on my hair for years.

"I've been getting Brazilian Blowouts and other treatments since I've been a teenager.

"I stopped because of Covid. I actually kind a [sic] like my curls."

Khloe recently found herself at the centre of The Kardashians season finale following her former boyfriend Tristan Thompson's latest cheating scandal.

In January, the 31-year-old basketball star confirmed he had fathered a third child with personal trainer Maralee Nichols following a paternity suit.

The betrayal came to light in the final two episodes of the Hulu and Disney+ series, with Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian breaking the news to her over the phone.

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