Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 December 2014

Kylie Jenner reveals make-up essentials

Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner can't live without her Lancôme Mascara and YSL concealer.

The reality television star-and-model is a brand ambassador for Seventeen magazine.

In an exclusive blog post for the teenage publication, 15-year-old Kylie shared the contents of her beauty bag and the products she can't live without.

"Onto my make-up, I have lots of MAC, I don't know what colour this is, Blush Of Youth I think. It's MAC, it's a light pink, I love it. I think it is a rose, but I kinda use such a lot of it," she gushed.

"BareMinerals Matte, my colour is Fair 1C, whatever that means and I use this every day, I love it. Lancôme Mascara, everyone needs it. Then I love this, it's great, it stays put it's a YSL cover-up, for concealer and covering of spots, whatever you use it for it's really good. I lost the cap to it, so it's usually a gold cap but whatever it works still. Oh, I've also got a Stila Smudge Pot in here. I use it for the inside of my eyes as an eyeliner and on top, it's really good, it stays on for like forever. Yeah, I love that and I've got brushes and tweezers, everyone needs those obviously. They are, you know, good to carry around."

The half-sister of reality TV trio Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian found fame thanks to popular series Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Despite being the youngest member of the famous family, Kylie is already following a thorough moisturising routine to prevent the signs of ageing.

"I have Henriksen eye cream that I put on every night for prevention of wrinkles," she shared. "I recommend you youngsters all get it! Then I have Shiseido, I don't know how to pronounce that. Shiseido sunscreen SPF 60 that I put on my hands every night and every morning. I know it's kinda weird but it is great for protection of wrinkles on your hands. Try it out."

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