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Kim Kardashian's comprehensive Skin Ego Routine . . .product by product.

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What's in her makeup bag and bathroom cabinet?  

One of the world's greatest mysteries has finally been solved: Kim Kardashian's super-long, super-detailed, and super-expensive BEAUTY routine. The multi-hyphenate glamour girl, 34, sat down for a BEAUTY chat with Into the Gloss founder Emily Weiss in Los Angeles to discuss all things makeup. 

"I have so many friends who don't wear makeup and hardly ever do their hair," the Kardashian Beauty CEO starts out. "I feel really blessed because I genuinely love the process of getting my hair and makeup done. Even beyond that, I just love to take care of my skin." 

Good skin is key, and the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star relies on both high-end and low-end products to get the job done. "I use the Neutrogena Make-Up Remover Cleansing Towelettes. They take off everything but really gently — even mascara!" Kardashian explained of the drugstore must-have.

Kardashian follows up the budget BEAUTY PRODUCT with a $52 face wash. "Now I really wash it off — first with a wipe, and then I use the By Terry Purete de Rose Cleansing Gel because it smells like rose," she says.  

After the cleansing process, Kardashian treats her dry skin with a thick moisturizer. "I love Guerlain Orchidee Imperiale The Rich Cream because I love the scene and the rich creaminess," Kanye West's glam half said. "There's also one that's from NATURA Bisse — the C+C Vitamine Cream. It smells really strongly of orange, and I think it's nice every once in a while." 

Kardashian even revealed she suffers from psoriasis and turns to laser treatments. "I have this at-home LED light therapy machine called Quasar MD plus that I got for my psoriasis because I'll try anything out," she says about the $795 device.  

When it comes to evening out her skin tone, North West's mama really likes to slather it on. "I love Armani Luminous Silk foundation and Joe Blasco Ultrabase Foundation — it's a really old school, heavy foundation," she says. "My dad got me makeup classes for Christmas when I was like 14 at some Joe Blasco makeup school, and I've worn that foundation ever since." 

 


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The Weeknd premiers a Dope new single & Cut and Sewn Jacket

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The Weeknd (AKA Abel Tesfaye) is known for his sex- and drugs-minded lyrics, and he brings that hazy, lascivious nature to the music video for “Often,” a recently released single.

The Weeknd also highlights his line of Official Issue / Cut and Sewn merchandise, swaging out a spiffy letter man jacket emblazoned with his readily identifiable “XO” logo.

Set in a high-end hotel room with various items of women’s clothing strewn about the place, the clip features the singer surrounded by a bevy of beautiful women in various stages of undress lounging around, although this there is no explicit nudity anywhere in the clip. At one point, two women in lingerie make out on the bed while two more leave the room as room service arrives with more champagne.

I personally wish that room service would have arrived with more Official Issue XO / Cut & Sewn pieces. The line is branded using XO which some fans claim that XO simply stands for hugs and kisses, while others claim the letters represent the drugs ecstasy and oxycontin. Considering the content of his songs, both seem equally likely. Regardless, he and all of his regular collaborators have the letters XO at the end of their Twitter handles, and his fans regularly quote their motto "XO 'til we overdose."  We'd call for an intervention, but we're too distracted by his style & busy listening to his single. . .often.