The Kardashians are each famous for a lot of things, Kylie, her sexy pout that drives people crazy, Kendall, her modelling, Kourtney, being considerably 'regular' and making babies, Khloe, working out, and Kim, among other things, is widely regarded as a trailblazer of the 'selfie movement '.
Kim Kardashian, who has mastered the art of taking flattering and highly personal photos of oneself, recently published a book, Selfish, which is basically contains a lot of selfies.
The reality tv star does not hold back when it comes to talking about just how much effort goes into her beauty routine being as she is the woman who is the selfie queen,who has willingly rubbed blood all over her face in the name of a better complexion (and then shared a snap of that with the world), and who constantly tweets and Instagrams from her makeup chair.
As such a lot of people want details on how she creates that famous face and the curvacious lady has done just that by divulging every product and method involved in getting herself selfie-ready on a daily basis.
Here are the most delightful bits of her routine, including the epic saga that is her eyebrow evolution, her showering habits, and her deep love for face lasers:
She really likes getting beautified.
"I have so many friends who don't wear makeup and hardly ever do their hair. I feel really blessed because I genuinely love the process of getting my hair and makeup done."
Lasers are an integral part of her regime.
"I'm really big on laser facials. I have this at-home LED light therapy machine called Quasar MD Plus that I got for my psoriasis because I'll try anything."
Her eyebrows changed her life.
"I look so different when I have my eyebrows done. Anastasia Soare [of Anastasia Beverly Hills] does my brows. For two years she was asking me if she could do them, and I was like, 'No, I don't need it,' because I would just do it myself. But then I let her, and it changed my life—my whole face looked different."
She has a makeup artist for every mood and whim.
"Mario [Dedivanovic] makes me look the most ethnic. Joyce Bonelli makes me look the most glam. This one makeup artist, Rob Scheppy, makes me feel in-between glam and myself. He does me really tan—I can't explain it. [Laughs] Everyone has a style, and I like the different vibes."
And the secret to those shiny, shiny locks? Shower less.
"For my hair, I don't wash it every day. We start out with a blowout on day one, then we go into a messier vibe the next day, and then we flat iron it and do a really sleek look on day three since that requires a little oil in the hair. Day four could be a slicked-back ponytail, and on the fifth day is when you wash it. That's a little excessive, maybe."
As expected, its excessive but that is all part of her attraction.
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