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Kylie Jenner reveals skin secrets

Published 07/04/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner says her sister Khloe Kardashian always reminds her to protect her skin by wearing sunscreen.

Kylie Jenner never leaves home without her favourite plumping serum.

The 18-year-old TV star and cosmetic trendsetter reveals her must-have items for keeping her complexion in great condition. Kylie always starts the day with a refreshing face wash, followed by a ‘Dragon’s Blood’ burst of hydration.

“In the mornings I wash my face with Nip+Fab Glycolic Cleansing Fix,” she said in an interview with Superdrug’s DARE magazine. “It makes my skin look brighter and feels super-smooth. Then I use Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Fix Plumping Serum – it’s a great base for wearing under make-up, and it’s really light. It’s only small and fits in my hand luggage, so I can take it with me wherever I go.”

Kylie went on to reveal that her famous family are always happy to give her beauty tips and she is influenced by her older sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe and Kourtney. While she loves wearing Kim’s fragrances, she also swears by fitness mad Khloe’s advice for keeping her skin youthful.

“Khloe always tells me to wear sunscreen on my face and my hands,” she explained. “Kim’s fragrance is my favourite, and I wear it all the time. I love how it smells.”

As well as being famous for perfecting her pout using lipliner, Kylie is also renowned for her constantly changing hair colour. While she used to switch up her look by dyeing her brunette locks, she now prefers to use wigs.

“I still really love the teal shade I did years ago… I’m actually thinking about doing it again soon,” Kylie explained. “But actually I’m trying not to colour my hair anymore because it can be so damaging. I wear wigs instead – I have loads of different colours and styles.”

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