Dazzle like Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian

Khroma Beauty, the cosmetics line Khloe Kardashian has launched with her equally famous sisters, is made up of face palettes, mascaras and lip glosses with snazzy names like Kardazzle and, most intriguingly, Shebang.

So she is naturally a gold mine of beauty advice on everything from eye makeup (“Never share an eye pencil or mascara; you don’t know what infections people have!”) and blemishes (“I’ll put some concealer on here and there and use loose facial powder, but never all-over foundation.”)

But when it comes to the topic we’re all wondering about, she only has this to say about her soon-to-be niece or nephew, most commonly known as baby Kimye: “We’re so excited!”

 She gives us a peek inside her beauty cabinet.

In the bag

1. Khroma Beauty Kurve,
$15, www.khromabeauty.com
“I get very oily, so I always have facial powder and blotting paper.”

2. L’Oreal Elnett Hairspray,
$15, www.loreal.com
“I go to a lot of basketball games and for some reason I always get a lot of static flyaways in the arena. This helps.”

3. Aquaphor Healing Ointment, $6, www.aquaphorhealing.com
“I use it as a ChapStick or on my cuticles. You must think I’m crazy for plugging this. But everyone always comes to me for things, so I have a lot of products that are unisex.”

4. Lancome Hypnose Mascara, $27, www.lancome.com
“My eyes are my favorite assets. I don’t wear false lashes, just mascara, so I always have one in my purse.”

5. Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner, $20, www.stilacosmetics.com
“I accumulate a ton of eyeliners. This one by Stila is great. I love eyes — they tell a big story, and that, to me, is the focal point I want to accentuate.”


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