Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 31 August 2014

Kim K’s honeymoon beauty regime

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has reportedly enlisted the help of a team of experts to help her look her best while honeymooning in Mexico with Kanye West.

The reality TV star is thought to have been so intent on not letting her fitness regime slide, that she didn't bother trying the sweet treat on the lead up to her lavish wedding, held in Florence, Italy last month.

Now she and new husband Kanye West are sunning themselves in Mexico for the second part of their honeymoon, with Kim insisting she keeps up her work-outs.

"Kim doesn't want to let her body slip after working so hard on it before the wedding. She didn't even taste her own wedding cake because she wanted to look her best in a swimsuit, and is still on carbs lockdown," a source divulged to British magazine Grazia.

"She also has two of Tracy Anderson's best trainers with her in Mexico, and they're working her out in a custom-built gym, complete with a rainbow of resistance bands for work toning her legs and bums. They've also fitted two running machines side-by-side so that she and Kanye can do his'n'hers treadmill dance workouts every day."

If that wasn't enough of a mood killer, Kim has also allegedly enlisted a whole team of beauty experts to join her on the vacation.

Aside from her other half, 33-year-old Kim also has a variety of beauty pros on hand to make sure she is looking her best.

"She's also travelled with her personal spray tanner Fabio, her make-up artist, stylist, nail technician and hair stylist, who packed an entire extra set of extensions, styling tools and wigs," the source added.

There's' also thought to be a massage therapist on call an a specialist dermatologist.

"She's a fan of stem-cell facials, but insists on vegan stem cells only," the insider said.

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