This Drugstore Product Is the Reason Khloé Kardashian's Legs Look So Good

Updated 04/18/19
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You can't deny that the Kardashian sisters know beauty—and in spite of their otherwise expensive tastes, their product recommendations are often gloriously wallet-friendly. Kendall and Kim's penchant for the same $4 shampoo is one example, and here's another: Apparently, Khloé's go-to product for smooth-looking legs can also be found at your local drugstore.

And that's good to know because Khloé has been giving us some serious stem envy since the launch of her Good American denim line—her bronzed, glowy legs never fail to look perfectly airbrushed in a pair of her cropped jeans or a frayed pencil skirt. Who could have guessed that her secret will only set us back a mere $12? Keep reading to see the drugstore product Kardashian swears by for photo-ready legs.

Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs $12
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This Sally Hansen product is a body foundation designed to spray easily along the length of the legs. Kardashian revealed her obsession with it on her website, posting that "Sally Hansen's Airbrush Legs is FLAWLESS legs-in-a-can, dolls! My glam squad uses it whenever I'm shooting to give my legs an even, glowy effect. It totally blurs out any little veins or freckles, and gives my tan a boost."

It's as easy to take off as it is to apply. Kardashian raved that "it literally takes 60 seconds to dry and washes off in the shower." Noted, especially as we keep shedding layers of clothing this spring. (Also, we'll try almost anything to enhance warm, bronzed skin without extra sun damage.)

As for finding your exact shade, Kardashian advocates mixing and matching. With its budget-friendly price tag, it's totally doable. "I use a combo of the Beige Glow and Tan Glow shades to get the best match for my skin tone," she says.

Pro tip: For the most believable-looking self-tan, you need to prime your skin first. Read up on how to properly exfoliate your legs, according to a top dermatologist.

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