Kim Kardashian Star reveals tricky way she keeps her engagement ring sparkling

Along with regular cleanings, the best way to maintain all that shine is to leave it off when you're handling anything that's not gemstone-friendly.

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How to keep engagement ring sparkly play

Kim Kardashian engagement ring

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Leave it to Kim Kardashian West, owner of one of the world's most famous gigantic engagement rings, to have an easy trick for keeping your diamonds sparkly.

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Kim K shines engagement ring play

Kim K shines engagement ring

 

Along with regular cleanings (and a stone that's purposefully cut to dazzle), the best way to maintain all that shine is to leave it off when you're handling anything that's not gemstone-friendly. Via a recent beauty video the reality star posted to her website, that means going into hair and makeup completely ring-free!

"A Kim trick is I never wear my ring or earrings when I'm doing glam because the hairspray gets stuck on the jewelry, and it's really hard to get it off," she said, diamond-free and in a halo of spray.

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Karl Lagerfeld new collection of engagement rings play

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While most of us don't have to deal with a professional team of makeup artists and hairstylists descending on the regular, we all do log sessions in front of the mirror with sprays, creams, and other manners of sparke-clouders. To avoid, leave your jewelry off until you're finished (the same problem can happen with soap too, making it wise to go unadorned when showering or cleaning house).

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