Kim Kardashian is spotted using Australian brand Mermade Hair waver


She only uses products from the finest fashion, makeup and hair brands to retain her looks and figure.

And on Friday, Kim Kardashian, 41, chose to use a new hair waver from local Australian hair brand Mermade Hair. 

The reality TV star was discovered using the hair waver when she uploaded an image to her Instagram Stories alongside social media influencers Natalie Halcro and Olivia Pierson. 

Aussie made: Kim Kardashian (pictured) has been spotted using a hair waver from the Mermade Hair brand. Pictured with Kardashian’s hair stylist Chris Appleton and social media influencers Natalie Halcro and Olivia Pierson

In the photo, Kim, 41, relaxes in a chair and looks through her phone as her hair stylist Chris Appleton is seen in the background styling her hair with the Mermaid Hair waver.     

Pierson, 32, takes off her sunglasses and peers off to the side as Halcro, 33, sits on the arm of her chair drinking from a coconut. 

Mermade Hair is an Australian hair brand that was founded by Perth businesswoman Tara Simich in 2018.  

Perth businesswoman and mother-of-two Tara Simich (pictured) founded Mermade Hair in 2018 and has since amassed a social media following of 216,000

The woman behind the waver: Mermade Hair is an Australian hair brand that was founded by Perth businesswoman Tara Simich (pictured) in 2018 

In 2020, the Australian mother-of-two was making AUD $66,750 (USD $46,659) a day with a new hair tool that promises soft curls in less than 10 seconds – without causing breakage. 

The AUD $89 (USD $62) ‘PRO Waver’ from Mermade Hair claims to twist hair of every length into ‘lush, bouncy waves’ with three over-sized ceramic barrels coated in a protective film, which are less damaging than other heated tools on the market.

The tool, which is available online from the Mermade Hair website, has four power outlets compatible with most regions and can be shipped worldwide. 

The brand is now selling 32 'PRO Waver' tools (pictured) an hour

Wow! The AUD $89 (USD $62) ‘PRO Waver’ from Mermade Hair claims to twist hair of every length into ‘lush, bouncy waves’ in ten seconds 

Simich is not the only Aussie Kim has relied on when it comes to her looks.

Last May, swimwear designer Olivia Haidenbauer, 22, became an overnight success when Kim wore one of the designs from her Ooh the Label brand in an Instagram image. 

The young Aussie had only launched her swimwear brand just six months prior. 

Wow! Last May, young swimwear designer Olivia Haidenbauer, 21, became an overnight success when Kim wore one of the designs from her Ooh the Label brand in an Instagram image. Kim is pictured in the bikini with La La Anthony

Wow! Last May, young swimwear designer Olivia Haidenbauer, 21, became an overnight success when Kim wore one of the designs from her Ooh the Label brand in an Instagram image. Kim is pictured in the bikini with La La Anthony

In Kardashian’s photo, the TV superstar is pictured with her longtime friend La La Anthony, 39, who also had on a version of the swimwear set.

The boost of having her wares shown to Kim’s 283 million followers, and La La’s 12 million followers, was a shock to the young designer. 

‘It is just so crazy. I put all of my savings into this. I couldn’t sleep for a few nights after she posted,’ Olivia told The Daily Telegraph at the time. 

Success! The boost of having her wares shown to Kim's 219 million followers, and La La's 11.9 million followers, was a shock to the young designer

Success! The boost of having her wares shown to Kim’s 219 million followers, and La La’s 11.9 million followers, was a shock to the young designer

‘I didn’t know what to do. My mum woke me up in the morning screaming and I thought she was screaming at me because the dog had gone to the toilet inside but it was because Kim Kardashian had posted.

‘I looked at my phone and there were all of these sales coming through,’ she added. 

Olivia got the bikini sent to Kim thanks to, ‘a friend of a friend’ who works for the reality show icon. 

Good work: 'I didn't know what to do. My mum woke me up in the morning screaming. I looked at my phone and there were all of these sales coming through,' Olivia, pictured in one of her swimwear creations, told The Daily Telegraph at the time

Good work: ‘I didn’t know what to do. My mum woke me up in the morning screaming. I looked at my phone and there were all of these sales coming through,’ Olivia, pictured in one of her swimwear creations, told The Daily Telegraph at the time

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