Kim Kardashian is no stranger to putting her best face forward at all times and now she’s giving the rest of us her beauty tips. In a recent piece for Into the Gloss, the reality TV beauty recently revealed her daily makeup rituals and which products have been her go-to for her daily maintenance.
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“I have so many friends who don’t wear makeup and hardly ever do their hair,” Kardashian said. “I feel really blessed because I genuinely love the process of getting my hair and makeup done. Even beyond that, I just love to take care of my skin. I’m always researching different products, and I always try so many different things. I don’t just stick to one face wash or moisturizer.”
You’ll be pleased to learn that the socialite doesn’t just cling to high-end beauty brands. In fact, Kardashian named a drugstore staple as her favorite makeup remover.
“I always need a makeup wipe. I find that I can’t really take my makeup off without it. I use the Neutrogena Make-Up Remover Cleansing Towelettes,” she said. “They take off everything but really gently — even mascara! I used to just go on a flight, fall asleep in my makeup, and not care. Now I really wash it off — first with a wipe, and then I use the By Terry Pureté de Rose Refreshing Cleansing Gel because it smells like rose. I actually love that scent for everything. My fragrance right now is rose, and all of the scents in our Kardashian Beauty and Kardashian Beauty Hair lines are rose.”
Another Kardashian Beauty must-have for her is the Endless Summer Matte Bronzer in Cabana Breeze. She also applies her Amani Luminous Silk Foundation and Joe Blasco Ultrabase Foundation with a small MAC 182 Buffer Brush and a larger kabuki brush she buys off of eBay because it does a great job of covering her psoriasis.
To read what other products the queen of selfies adores, click here.
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