Kendall Jenner just said what we didn’t want to hear – that there’s no big secret behind her beauty look. *Sighs*
The 19-year-old is clearly a natural stunner, revealing that she only wears minimal make-up and keeps her bedtime routine super-easy.
‘I think less is more. I’m into more neutrals. So I think that makes it easy, because I always know what I’m into and what I want,’ Kendall tells PopSugar.
‘I wash my face morning and night, and I wear sunscreen every day. Keeping hydrated and drinking a lot of water is always good for your skin. Eating right and all of that.’
She’s also taken on board a very simple piece of advice from her big sister Kim Kardashian, continuing: ‘I remember when I was younger, I think Kim told me and my little sister [Kylie Jenner]: “Never touch your face too much. Don’t pick at it.”
‘Ever since then – I think I was 10 – it has stuck with me.’
And that’s not the only thing Kim’s helped with. In fact, the 34-year-old is quite an inspiration to Kendall.
‘She loves make-up, and she’s very involved with is. So I think that she can inspire everyone with it. She knows what she’s talking about,’ she says.
But unfortunately for Kim, Kendall isn’t a massive fan of one of her favourite make-up tricks. While the model loves contouring, she admits that she doesn’t know what strobing is.
Considering Kimmy uploaded a strobing how-to video to her app at the weekend, that revelation may make things a teeny bit awkward.
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Luckily for us (soz, Kendall), the super-hot brunette does confess that she’s had a few disasters over the years.
She’s opened up about the time she felt slightly uncomfortable with her look at the Met Gala, saying: ‘I really didn’t think my hair went well with my face. It was too much.’
Not only that, but she also had a major eyebrow disaster as a tween. BFF Cara Delevingne will NOT be impressed.
‘When I was 13 or 14, I literally plucked my eyebrows off. They were the thinnest eyebrows. When my sisters saw me, they were like: “Kendall, what did you do?”‘ she remembers.
‘I was so embarrassed, and then I had to grow them out. Thank God, they grew back! I was so embarrassed every time I talked to someone because having that much hair to grow back out is not cute.
‘Once it all grew back out, I went to my first eyebrow appointment. Ever since then, I’ve never touched my eyebrows.’
It happens to be the best of us, eh ladies?