Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Khloé Kardashian: Mom steals my clothes

Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian doesn’t take long to get ready in the mornings.

The youngest of the three Kardashian sisters, the 28-year-old brunette explained that when she was younger her parents would have to force her to dress up in girly outfits.

However, as the owner of a series of successful fashion boutiques and as the designer of several clothing collections under the Kardashian brand, Khloé’s style has evolved with age.

“When I was a teenager, I lived in tracksuits. My mom would encourage me to get dressed up more,” Khloé recalled to UK magazine Closer. “She doesn’t nag me about my style now. She steals my clothes, but that’s a compliment!”

The socialite also revealed that while she doesn’t take long to get ready in the mornings, she never forgets to cleanse her face before going to bed.

The former X Factor USA host revealed the beauty products that give her that elusive A-List glow.

“I don’t take long to get ready in the mornings. If I’m doing my own make-up, it takes me 15 minutes,” Khloé said. “I’m very strict about my face-washing routine. If I don’t do it, I can’t sleep. I have a face wash from my dermatologist, but I use witch hazel as my toner - I love that it reduces redness. I also mix Lumière face cream with Bio Oil and put that on my face.”

While the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star doesn’t have to worry too much about the effects of ageing just yet, Khloé would never rule out cosmetic tweaks as she grows older.

“I’m not opposed to it, but you have to do it in moderation. Facial surgery does freak me out though. What if it goes wrong? You can’t fix it,” she said.

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