Reality star admits to sleeping in her makeup

While presenting Make-up Artist of the Year Award to Charlotte Tilbury at the Instyle Awards, Kim reveals that she sleeps in her makeup.

Kim Kardashian attends Instyle Award

Reality star, Kim Kardashian has made a startling revelation, saying that she sleeps in her makeup.

While presenting Make-up Artist of the Year Award to Charlotte Tilbury at the Instyle Awards, Kim said:

"She's inspired me when I am really lazy and I can't do my make-up the next day, so I'll sleep in my make-up.

"I know that's probably the worst advice, but she has all the magic creams to put on the next day to make up for it.

"I first fell in love with her when she confessed that her husband has never seen her, ever, without make-up on, so she sleeps with make-up every single night".

Kim went on to say:

"The first time I met her, she told me the funniest story about how he walked in on her in the bathroom and she didn’t have her make-up on and she slammed the door, screaming. She’s my idol!"

As much as we have been told that sleeping with makeup does its own damage to the facial skin in the long run, this seems to be working for the star as we are yet to see her without her glammed up look.


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