Khloé Kardashian on the beauty products she actually uses

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Khloé Kardashian

has spilled the beans on her beauty routine to Into the Gloss and we couldn't be more excited to hear her beauty secrets.

Unlike Kimmy, Khloé loves doing her makeup herself but admitted she can't do her own hair and is a massive fan of dry shampoo! She also revealed that not everyone is familiar with the Kardashian glam lingo:

"One time I said to someone, 'I  have H and M tomorrow,' and they were like 'Why are you going to H&M?' I  thought everyone knew that H and M meant 'hair and makeup,' but then I realised  it's just us. I'll be like 'What time is glam?' and people are like 'What the  f*ck is glam?'"


Khloé also revealed some of her favourite makeup products - and we are already compiling our own shopping list. For foundation she loves Chanel's Vitalumiere Aqua and because she hates being shiny, a translucent face powder is a daily staple. 

We all know Khloé loves a nude lip but now we know that her favourite lipsticks are Sable Smoke and Spanish Pink by Tom Ford. And its not just Kylie, who loves a good lip liner -

"I normally fill [my lips] in with pencil because it stays on all day, and you don't have to reapply it."

To remove her makeup Khloé uses either baby oil or coconut oil and follows up with a separate cleanser. At night she likes to sleep in a heavy face cream and she takes her sun protection seriously. Keeping a bottle of sunscreen in her car glove box to apply to her hands to prevent sun spots.

Her Sister Kourtney also got Khloé into pregnancy body care, and she uses Mama Mio's Pregnancy Boob Tube cream every day.

"It's got avocado oil and shea butter so when your boobs are growing you don't get stretch marks. I like it though, because it tightens your neck, too. I've been using it everyday for a year. Now people always ask me, 'Why do you have this?' hinting as if I'm trying to have a baby, and I'm like, 'No, no. It's just because I f*ckin' like it'."

Photo above, Getty Images

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