How Kim Kardashian Puts on Concealer Leads Today’s Star Sightings

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Kim Kardashian's Drugstore Makeup Tutorial
You don't need to spend a fortune to look like Kim Kardashian.


If you haven’t heard by now: Kim Kardashian has a new concealer line coming out. So naturally, the reality star has teamed up with her longtime makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, to show fans exactly how to use her new products.

According to the KKW Beauty founder, all it takes is three easy steps — conceal, bake, and brighten — to get rid of dark spots under the eyes and replicate the makeup mogul’s signature flawless complexion.
“It’s been our secret weapon and trick of how we just white out your under eyes,” she said in a makeup tutorial video shared on her app.
For Kim, she likes to start off with a little contouring — using her own Creme Contour & Highlight Kit, natch — because she likes to see her face “warmed up first” before using any liquid concealer. After blending her contour with a damp sponge, her glam squad then uses the #7 shade of the KKW Beauty concealer under her eyes and bridge of her nose.
“This has more of a peach undertone, and I’m going to use the peach just directly where she has dark under-eye circles. That’s going to help balance out the darkness,” Mario explained. He recommends using a small concealer brush to evenly apply the product to the skin before blending with a sponge.


 
“When I’m in glam, this is probably my lest favorite part of getting my makeup done because … I really have to put my phone down,” Kim revealed.
Next, Mario applies loose powder under the eye to bake. After baking, he uses a brush to sweep off any extra powder from the face. “Kim has love baking for so many years,” he shared. “It’s her favorite thing ever.”
Lastly, the Mario applies a brightening powder under the eyes. “This is that extra pop of brightness that Kim really loves,” he said.
“This is like our secret weapon,” Kim gushed.
The kits — which boasts a concealer, a baking powder, a brightening powder, and two dual-ended brushes — retail for $80. They go on sale at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT.

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