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Kylie Jenner's eye cream reminder

Published 19/01/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner feels a lot more herself without a full face of make-up.

Reality star Kylie Jenner is trying her best to remember to use eye cream, as it's the one product she often forgets.

The 18-year-old beauty has become just as famous for her striking looks as her appearance on TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians and has even launched her own make-up lines. Being the youngest of her siblings means her older sister Kendall and half-sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe pass down plenty of valuable advice – some of which she has yet to stick to.

“My sisters always advise me to use eye cream, which I try to do, but I do forget sometimes,” she told Britain’s Closer magazine. “My new year’s resolution is to make more effort to remember!”

Another tip which Kylie has previously revealed she follows is using sunscreen on her hands, which Khloe, 31, always does while in sunny California.

When in the spotlight the teenager often sports a full face of make-up. However, her off-duty appearance is a far cry from her glamorous looks for the cameras.

“If I’m not working I don’t wear any make-up,” she confessed. “It might be a surprise to hear but I feel more myself without it – plus it gives my skin a day off.”

To maintain her bright and smooth complexion, Kylie turns to brand Nip + Fab, of which she is an ambassador. Their Dragon’s Blood Plumping Serum is one of her favourites, as it hydrates her skin while travelling.

Her hair is also an area of envy for girls around the world, but Kylie has set herself a new rule when it comes to looking after it.

“To keep my hair strong I use Moroccanoil shampoo,” she explained. “I try not to dye my hair any more as it’s really damaging, so I experiment with fun wigs instead.”

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