Kylie Jenner shares her secrets of perfect makeup

Beauty
03 07

Model, founder of Kylie Cosmetics and part of the extremely popular Jenner clan Kylie Jenner shared a video with her fans, in which she tells about the secrets of the perfect makeup, her favorite beauty products and demonstrates their use with the skill of a makeup artist.

 

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Kylie recommends beginning your makeup with the eyes (previously applying creams and foundation depending on your skin type). This way it will be easier to remove the fallen down eyeshadow, just brushing it off with a napkin, without having to correct the tone.

Jenner then goes on to tinting and approaches the process meticulously, mixing the beige and pink shades of the Marc Jacobs foundation to create a natural complexion, using a pink concealer to remove swellings and bruises under the eyes and a color corrector which she thoroughly diffuses with a Beautyblender and sets with KKW Beauty Brightening Powder.

 

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The next step is sculpting, in which Kylie prefers the ‘baking’ technique—a color correction of the face with concealer, bronzer, highlighter and powder, where everything, except the Chanel powder, is products from the Kylie Cosmetics collection.

 

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As the final step, Jenner paints her lips and does it literally with her eyes closed, learning from her mother Kris Jenner, who always painted them on the run or in the car on her way to the next shoot.