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Saturday 30 August 2014

Khloé Kardashian choosy about cosmetics

Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has revealed her make-up bag essentials.

The reality TV star is launching the Kardashian Khroma Beauty line with older sisters Kourtney and Kim.

Khloé has revealed the products from the range she can't live without, including the Kardashian Beauty Stroke of Midnight Mascara.

"I love, love, love this and I am super picky about mascara," she told Grazia Online.

"It’s customised brush and formula creates a faux lash look with no flaking or clumping and builds up and out to the most luxurious long lashes."

Khloé also named the line's prime mask as another staple in her beauty regime.

"This gives a great glow on its own or under make-up. I apply it for five minutes then wash it off. It leaves skin calm, soft and smooth," she said.

The 29-year-old star has a set routine as she has such sensitive skin. Khloé makes sure her complexion always looks healthy thanks to an affordable cleanser from Cetaphil.

"I use Cetaphil face wash as my primary wash since it is so light and makes your face feel the cleanest possible," she said.

"I have extremely sensitive skin and this has the right dosage for me without making it too dry or too oily and actually helps my complexion."

The brunette star likes to share beauty tips with her siblings. Khloé says Argan Oil is now a style staple thanks to Kourtney.

"I’m a huge fan of Argan oil from Morocco. I use it all the time on my skin and my hair, Kourtney got me into using it," she smiled.

Khloé likes to pay attention to detail when it comes to her make-up. To "finish off [her] eyes" she always curls her lashes using Shu Uemura's curler, £20, while she perfects her pout with Kardashian Beauty Au Naturel Lip Kit in Flesh.

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