Kim Kardashian has been rocking her new signature waist-length sleek hair and everyone is wondering how to copy her style. Though the hairstyle is not actually new since many famous celebrities have rocked it before her, the reality star is bringing the hairstyle back to life and many people are ready to copy it.

On Kim's personal website, Chris Appleton, a celebrity hairstylist, shared Kim Kardashian new hair trend, saying that the inspiration of the long, middle-parted hairstyle was Naomi Campbell on the runway in the 80s. Chris also revealed that the key to the super shiny straight hair is a good conditioner.

Besides the well-conditioned hair, Chris also revealed all the things needed to recreate Kim Kardashian's trending hairstyle at home, including ORIBE shampoo and conditioner, to create the well-conditioned hair; TIGI Bed Head Headbrush and TIGI Bed Head After Party. The other things that he shared are Supersonic Hair Dryer from Dyson, a flat iron from GHD and Bumble and Bumble 'Does it All' hair styling spray.

To get the hairstyle without spending so much on the hair products, HollywoodLife reported that anyone can combine the quality hair tools recommended on Kim's website with hair products that can be found in a drugstore. The hair products TRESemme Keratin Smooth Keratin Infusing Smoothing Serum for the silky hair, while TRESemme Expert Selection Keratin Smooth Hairspray can be used as the alternative to recreating Kim Kardashian's sleek hair look.

The whole long straight lock style is often called as 'Cher hair' because Cher was well-known with this look back the in the '70s and '80s as her signature hair. According to People Style, besides Kim Kardashian and Naomi Campbell who have been mentioned previously, other A-listers who have been seen rocking the hairstyle are Cher, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna. Chris Appleton has also done the similar hairstyle on Ariana Grande, including for her "Beauty and the Beast" music video featuring John Legend.

Watch a hair tutorial that can be used as an inspiration to recreate the look: