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Kourtney Kardashian is a natural make-up expert

Published 26/11/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has stopped using tinted moisturiser after being warned against it by her dermatologist.

Kourtney Kardashian is a big fan of the “no-make-up make-up” trend.

The reality TV star is always seen with a glowing complexion and isn’t known to pile on the cosmetics when in the spotlight. Discussing her beauty regime, Kourtney has revealed that she takes just five minutes to make herself look picture perfect; finishing things off with her go-to bun hairstyle as styling her tresses is her biggest weakness.

“I don’t know how to do one thing on hair,” she sighed to Byrdie.co.uk. “If I could do a great braid, like one I could do on my daughter, that would be everything. But I can do my day make-up flawlessly. I feel like that’s my thing, my no-make-up make-up.”

Quizzed on which of her famous sibling’s looks she most admires Kourtney was quick to name half-sister Kylie Jenner, who has her own line of lip products. The brunette beauty is in awe of the 19-year-old’s “flawless” finishes and would certainly tap her to create a “glam” appearance.

Kourtney has learnt plenty of tips from beauty experts over the years, one of which changed the way she views a particular product.

“I used to do tinted moisturiser, but I stopped because my dermatologist told me it was bad,” she explained. “She said that it goes into your skin like moisturiser instead of going on your skin, so I’ll do a quick foundation instead.”

To keep her make-up application speedy, the 37-year-old has some go-to products which she relies on time and time again, including Manuka Doctor face wash, toner and sunscreen, followed by adding a light layer of foundation. Sometimes she doesn’t even bother with eye make-up or styling her brows, simply popping on a pair of sunglasses to hide behind.

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