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Khloé Kardashian shares beauty switch tips

Published 14/08/2013

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian doesn't always have time to re-do her day make-up for an evening out, and has shared her failsafe tips to sprucing up her look.

The reality TV star has a busy schedule, often travelling to work events in the day and then glamming up for the evening.

Khloé, 29, has explained how simple it is to turn your everyday make-up look into something more vampy and dramatic for an entirely different edge.

"Hey doll faces!!! During the daytime, I love using light, natural make-up that accentuates and compliments my facial features while not being too over the top. But at night, I like playing around with darker shades of eye shadow and bright lips that really pop," she wrote on her popular blog

"During busy weeks it isn’t always easy to re-do all of my make-up, so I have some fabulous tips on how to transform your make-up from daytime to night-time appropriate in just a few steps! (sic)."

Khloé went on to advise that a simple slick of bright lipstick can re-work a day look, while extra coats of mascara, black kohl and darker eyeshadow shades can all turn a subtle style into a ready-to-party look.

"Try sticking with natural palettes during the day with a little mascara and add darker shades and eyeliner for the evening," she said.

Khloé accompanied the post with an extensive picture gallery of inspiration, showing models with a natural look compared to sexed-up evening make-up.

The brunette star is famed for sharing her style and beauty tips on her personal webpage, and regularly updates with photos and advice for budding fashionistas.

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