Start with a haircut that's slightly longer than chin-length
To get your hair to look as close to Karlie Kloss' as possible, it's best to start with slightly-longer-than chin-length hair—although mid-length or shoulder length will work too, it just won't look as short as Karlie's when you're done.
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