The Kardashians launch their own self-tanner
Kardashians announce the launch of new tanning products.
Just in case you haven’t gotten enough of all the Kardashian-branded products out there (they’ve got their hands in just about everything, from diet pills to perfume), there’s now another product on the market that can help you look like one of them. The Kardashian sisters have announced the launch of Kardashian Sun Kissed, their own sunless tanning system, due to hit stores in April.
According to WWD, the line will be sold exclusively in Ulta stores and is priced between $12.99 and $19.99.
More from Simply Chic: What really happened during Kim Kardashian’s vampire facial
“I think tanning has really been a way of life for all of us, living in California,” Kim told WWD. “Especially, more recently, the need for sunless tan. When I travel, the one thing that makes me feel alive whether or not I have makeup on is a tan, especially in my face. When you travel, you can’t just go lay out. I do like regular tanning because I have psoriasis, and the tanning beds are particularly good for that. Every time I put sunless tan before, it wouldn’t be even — so we wanted a system that was really easy but yet is a full system.”
More from Living: 26 ways to feel younger now
The self-tanning system features three steps to achieving a flawless tan—exfoliation, application of sunless tanning lotion or spray, and application of the Tan Extender with Bronzer to keep color fresh.
“[We] came up with something that is still good for your skin and healthy for you; everything is paraben- and sulfate-free,” Kourtney told WWD. “We love beauty and fashion, but making sure we’re taking care of our bodies is crucial to us.”
Tell us: Would you buy the Kardashian’s sunless tanning products?
The first-ever Global Kids Fashion Week
Would you ever shave your head for a cause?
Color of the day: Passion flower
Bing: Kardashian product line
Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images
I don't want to have anything do with the Kardonothings. They are not attractive; not
role models for teenage girls and have all the popularity of yaks.
RUN, PENELOPE, RUN!! Your aunties Kinky and KooKoo will soon be finding a way to make $$ off of you, while your daddy, Lord Skizzik, is out killin' gators and gettin' stupid in the swamp!
beauty tips and style advice
Why your jean size varies from store to store.
Wait a month between waxing visits? Check. Pop a preappointment Advil? Duh. We all know the basics, but here are the tricks you don’t know.
What to always—and never, ever—do to keep hair in top shape.
Get inspired to try these sweet and summery looks.
Stunning wedding styles that create a statement.
Hue-changing dos we absolutely love.
I attended the Abercrombie and Fitch holiday-season press preview yesterday, and in between checking out the cute gear that will hit stores this November, I picked up a little nugget of information I just have to share.
How to wear this cool-weather staple in the summer.
See how Miranda Kerr made a pair of Birkenstocks chic.
We love how a new nail polish has the ability to instantly change your look and your mood with a simple swipe. While happy lime greens and aquas are ruling the five million #nailpolish Instagrams this summer, there are a variety of great colors to choose from—whether you want an office-appropriate neutral or a fun going-out shade that’ll give your LBD a punch of color.
You already know wearing white after Labor Day is cool. But menswear is reinventing itself rapidly, leaving some long-held mandates by the wayside, not to mention a bunch of men with a lot of questions. Sure, some style laws are truly inviolable. Showing a quarter-inch of cuff will always be crucial, but with designers and dandies flaunting so many former taboos it's hard to tell what's in play these days. So we thought we'd take this opportunity to let you know which rules no longer apply.
Put down the wrinkled button-down, step away from the Crocs, and open your closet. We need to talk about the new rules of casual.