5 Beauty Lessons We Learned From Khloé Kardashian
Among the Kardashian/Jenner clan, Kim and Kylie tend to be viewed as the biggest glamazons (with Kendall being the most subdued), but Khloé, in her own way, has a wealth of beauty advice. Through the years, her beauty look has evolved dramatically: She got a fresh chop that even Chrissy Teigen wanted to copy, debuted her "revenge body," and posted enough beauty and fitness inspo on her Instagram to last us until her next birthday (by the way, happy birthday, Khloé!). Because we've been #blessed with so many tips from the youngest of the Kardashian sisters, we figured what better way to honor her on her birthday than with a roundup of her best advice. Keep scrolling to read what they are!
A beauty must that all the Kardashian/Jenner sisters follow is putting sunscreen on their hands. Kardashian tells Into the Gloss, "I'm also very into putting sunscreen on my hands when I'm in the car—I don't want to get sunspots. I keep a bottle of Lancôme's formula ($50) in my glove box. I also like the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen ($10) because it doesn't leave the film that others will, which greases up your car."
Nunzio Saviano Anti-Frizz Sheets ($18)
These aren't your average frizz sheets. They've got a genius special added ingredient to smooth your locks, which is probably why Khloé loves them so much. "These coconut oil–infused sheets tame frizz and keep my curls looking tight and right,” adding that they’re so easy to throw into a purse.
Kourtney turned Khloé on to some Mama Mio products that she swears by, even if she herself isn't in motherhood. "Their names are really cute—there is one that’s called the Shrink to Fit Cellulite Smoother ($56) that I like. I use one of their other products called the Pregnancy Boob Tube every day. 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—in' like it,'" she tells Into the Gloss.
What's your favorite tip that you've learned from Khloé? Sound off below!