What does youngest Jenner grace her face with each day?
First she starts off with a few different moisturizers (unfortunately, she doesn't give the names of them though). Then she makes sure her brow game is #onfleek. Naturally, for the best brows around, Kylie goes for Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in soft brown ($21, Ulta). Brushing the product through her brows, Kylie notes, "If you color is too dark, never fear, brush it through."
Words of wisdom, Kylie.
Next she pulls out her Tarte Airbuki Bamboo Powder Foundation Brush ($28, Tarte) and applies a mixture of Makeup Forever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation ($43, Sephora) and Buxom Show Some Skin Foundation ($34, Sephora) (which we noticed she swirls together on her Urban Decay Vice palette). Before spreading the mixture across her face, Kylie tests how the color looks by using a mirror near her window to see what it would look like in natural light.
After foundation comes her concealer and bronzer for a light contour. Kylie first takes a fluffy concealer brush (and doesn't tell us who makes it, #frowning) and puts some remaining foundation on her eye lids to prime them. Then she takes Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer ($29, Nars) and places a few small dots under her eyes, on the middle of her nose and her chin, blending it all together with a Beauty Blender ($20, Sephora). Next she goes in with Stila Aqua Glow Perfecting Bronzer ($32, Sephora) and takes a brush, starting by her ear and working the creamy bronzer underneath her cheek bone. She locks all of her liquid products in using a discontinued Chanel powder but luckily notes she usually uses La Mer 'The Powder' ($65, Nordstrom) to set her makeup.
Finally Kylie gets to shadow, and we at last learn the secrets to her rich brown eyes. Using MAC's 217 brush ($25, MAC), Kylie whips out a fave of hers, the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette ($49, Too Faced) and takes a darker, chocolatey brown with a brick-red tone and applies it to her lid and her crease. Then, she finishes by adding a near-white shade to her brow bone and blends it all together.
To "curl her lashes to the gods," as she says, Kylie uses Sephora's signature lash curler ($17, Sephora) but keeps her mascara a complete secret. (We know, we're dying at that one, too.) For a rosy pop on her cheeks, Kylie uses Charlotte Tilbury Cheek to Chic Blush in Ecstasy ($40, Charlotte Tilbury) with a MAC 129 ($35, MAC) brush applied to the apples of her cheeks and swept to her hairline.
Because Kylie loves using multiple different powders on her face, she also uses Charlotte Tilbery Filmstar Bronze and Glow ($68, Charlotte Tilbury) for a slight contour on her nose.
And finally, finally, for her lips Kylie keeps it super low maintenance! A little bit of nude liner and a sweep over with Charlotte Tilbury Lip Magic ($35, Charlotte Tilbury) is all it takes. (We were totes shocked, too.) For her final touch, Kylie takes an angled brush and her Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette's darkest shade of brown and wiggles it through her lashes to make them plumper.
Voila, she's done and rocking a natural, everyday look that we're totes feeling #blessed because anyone can achieve it!