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Paris Hilton: Nicky's smashed the beauty world

Published 01/06/2015

Paris and Nicky Hilton
Paris and Nicky Hilton

Paris Hilton is "obsessed" with her sister Nicky's Smashbox Cosmetics collaboration.

The hotel heiresses are keen businesswomen, with Paris already behind a line of accessories and perfumes.

Now her sister has been tapped by the popular cosmetics brand to collaborate on a range of three limited edition cat-eye liner kits, inspired by her favourite cities.

"Congrats to my gorgeous sister @NickyHilton for becoming the new face of @SmashboxCosmetics! Obsessed with her new cat eye makeup kits! Get yours now! (sic)," Paris promoted her sibling's work on Instagram.

Nicky has based her three make-up kits on London, New York and Los Angeles. Her LA look is "effortlessly chic" with a bronze eyeshadow, while New York is a classic flick of black liner and London is edgy with purple undertones.

"I call myself a style chameleon because I like to change my look, depending on my surroundings," she explained on the brand's website.

"The LA look is very reflective of the lifestyle in the city - it's light and shimmery. The New York look is more gritty, with a strong lip and bold cat-eye. London is fun, fearless and all about breaking the rules, hence the purple shadow and plum liner."

And for anyone struggling to achieve that perfect liquid liner look, Nicky also shared her tips. She advised not stretching the lid when applying, a trick she learnt from a make-up artist.

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