Belfast Telegraph

Friday 11 July 2014

Kim: Perfume is everything

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian's perfume of choice changes depending on her mood.

The reality TV star has built up a successful beauty and fashion empire and has a self-titled perfume.

Smelling sweet is important for the 33-year-old, who wouldn't feel complete without a spritz of her favourite scent.

"fragrance is intimate. it changes for me, and reminds me of times in my life, good or bad. my signature fragrance Kim Kardashian is the core of me...but this rose fragrance we are developing is very special to me now (sic)," she revealed on Twitter.

The brunette gave birth to her first child with fiancé Kanye West, daughter North, in June.

Since then she has managed to shed the baby weight and has been showing off her trim figure.

She used the social networking site to share her pregnancy craving with fans, as well as tips for new moms on staying glamorous.

"[I craved] mostly cheese, chilli cheese fries, everything w cheese," she admitted.

"never lose time for u. go to the gym, get a facial, or manicure to feel goo so u can go home and be a good happy mom at home (sic)."

Since having North, Kim is believed to have lost around 50lbs.

However, she does allow herself the odd treat.

"it depends, Miami I love Macalussos, NYC, I love Chipriani, LA, casa vega.... it changes depending on the city!" she said of her preferred places to eat out.

"[My favourite junk food is] Krispy Kreme donughts....don't tempt me, I'm doing good right now lol (sic)."

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