She may be a multi-millionaire at just 18-years-old AND a member of one of the most famous families ever, but Kylie Jenner still keeps it real. At least when it comes to her make-up bag.
Here are the products Kylie uses every day, and the elements of her beauty regime that you may not know.
1. She loves the natural look (would you believe!)
“If I’m going to see people, I won’t wear heavy makeup. It’s not attractive on me,” Kylie told the New York Times. “When you see those pictures on my Instagram, they are usually for when I’m doing a photo shoot or an interview. Every time I get my makeup professionally done, I take a photo.”
So what products does she use for day? Kylie loves Nars blush in Orgasm. She adds: “I do love lashes and lip liner and a light foundation and bronzer, though. My usual go-to is the Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder foundation. You can still see my skin through it.”
2. Her everyday essential
The 18-year-old revealed: “My sister Khloe taught me to wear sunscreen. I use one by TiZO3. It doesn’t really smell like sunscreen, which I like, and it’s tinted. If I wake up in the morning and have to run somewhere, I’ll just put that on solo.”
3. She follows a nighttime beauty regime
4. Her hair has had a lot of abuse
“I used to wash my hair every day, then people told me that wasn’t good for your hair, so now I try for every other day. I like the Moroccanoil shampoo and conditioner. I used to have really thick hair with a lot of body, but not anymore. About a year and a half ago, I cut it off, and then I kept bleaching it and dying it blue, so that damaged it a bit. Then on my 17th birthday, I shaved half my head, so my underneath is still growing back. It’s still only 50 percent there.”
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5. A lip kit
Of course Kylie has her lip kit in her bag, which includes a true brown shade. We want! Unfortunately it’s sold out right now but keep checking the site.
We all know that she gets lip fillers, but what would her advice be to people thinking of doing the same? Kylie said: “I would recommend that anyone who gets it done go for a filler that lasts only two to four months. It’s annoying to keep going back, but you have the option of stopping it.”