Khloe Kardashian's best makeup advice
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Khloé Kardashian: I’m a little more silly than they are. I like to do designs on the side of my face, or cut out foil stickers from the crafts store and put them on my forehead.
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Her shine stopper: Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets, $5, at drugstores
Khloe's volumizing secret: Pssssst! Instant Dry Shampoo, $7, drugstore.com
Glamour: What’ve they taught you?
KK: I had always been a nude-lipstick girl, but Kourtney does a pop of color on her lips. I tried it and loved it. You can wear less on your eyes and still look put together.More from Glamour: 10 Beauty Tricks That Make Guys Melt
Her latest scent: Unbreakable Love by Khloé and Lamar, $45 for 3.4oz, perfumania.com
Glamour: And now you’ve got your own beauty line. I love the lipstick that’s sheer on one end and matte on the other.
KK: There are always five glosses, lipsticks, and liners rolling around in my purse. So I said, “God, can we do something to condense it all?” And I don’t wear false lashes, so I’m a stickler for mascara. We have four different mascaras coming out as part of the line.Two shades, one cool tool: Khroma Double Agent Lipstick in Confidential + Classified, $20, drugstore.com
Glamour: Have you influenced Lamar’s style at all since you’ve been married?
KK: I love his New York vibe. Kim doesn’t like the jeans-and-T-shirts look. Who cares? He’s a guy! But he’s religious about his grooming. I was surprised.Love them! "I'll be so busy, but I'll make his favorite meal. Those little things, he appreciates them so much."
Glamour: You’re always so confident. How do you project that to the world?
KK: A few years ago I lost 30 pounds, and people still wanted to criticize. And honestly, I’m happy with myself if I’m a little heavier. I realized: Why am I trying to conform to someone else’s idea of beauty? I think I’m beautiful either way.
What do you ladies think of Khloe's beauty advice? Give her a shout in the comments!
Photos: Ben Watts, Stills: Cathy Crawford, With Lamar: Splash News
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