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Khloe Kardashian’s lip secret

Published 29/05/2016

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian’s make-up artist Joyce Bonelli keeps lipstick colour in the centre of the pout to make it look “bigger and louder”.

Khloe Kardashian’s make-up artist Joyce Bonelli has revealed the secrets behind the reality star’s perfect pout.

Joyce is a close friend of the Kardashian family and frequently works with the girls to get them ready for various events. Khloe rarely puts a foot wrong when it comes to her appearance, which has a lot to do with Joyce’s skills.

One thing the 31-year-old is most famous for is her plump pout, a talent Joyce has perfected the art of over the years.

“I always line the outside of Khloe’s lips to make them look bigger and I keep the colour concentrated in the centre to make lips bigger and rounder,” Joyce told Britain’s Glamour magazine.

As well as working with the reality stars in Los Angeles, Joyce is often on hand to help them as they jet around the world. Frequent flying can cause havoc on skin condition and Joyce makes a point of ensuring her clients don’t end up with chapped lips post flight.

“We travel a LOT,” she smiled. “To stop lips looking cracked and dry, I used Lip Conditioner from Caudalie and Cocoa Brown’s Golden Goddess Oil – as a gloss – it gives more of a shine.”

As one of the world’s most popular make-up artists, Joyce has her pick of brands when it comes to equipping her cosmetics bag. But one she is particularly keen on at the moment is the Lip Kits from one of her younger clients, 18-year-old Kylie Jenner.

“I love the Kylie lipsticks – the Lip Kit in Candy K is my favourite,” she gushed. “And I always carry gloss because the girls love it. I love YSL.”

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