Kim Kardashian is everywhere, and we’re calling 2022 her media moment. Not only has she launched a skin-care line this year, but she’s appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, Vogue and, most recently, Allure. But, every time her face is pasted across a new magazine, we learn something new about her. This time, we’re getting an inside peek at what she does after her kids go to bed and the cosmetic treatments she invests in (surprisingly, it’s very little).
“I have notes of the best doctors, the best everything,” she tells Allure, admitting that she knows everything and anything about the most worthy aesthetic treatments. “When this all goes to shit, I’m going to start a consultancy firm.”
While she has the resources to recommend everything under the sun to her friends, she does not undergo many treatments herself. When asked what she has in her face, she responds with Botox Cosmetic between the brows, and nothing more. No filler in the cheeks or lips, no eyelash extensions, no microblading on her brows. “I’ve never done anything,” she says. “I have a drop of mascara on today. I’ve never filled my cheeks. I’ve never filled my lips.”
Late Night Vibes
“I care. I really, genuinely care about looking good,” Kardashian continues. “It’s not easy when you’re a mom and you’re exhausted at the end of the day or you’re in school, and I’m all of the above.” So, she takes the opportunity to beautify herself once her kids are asleep. “I do my beauty treatments usually late at night. After everyone’s in bed, I’m doing laser treatments.”
Kardashian’s care for looking good is intense. “It’s hard to explain because I am at peace, but I would still do anything to look and feel youthful.” In a recent interview for The New York Times, Kardashian said she would consider “eating poop” if it meant staying young forever. “I was kind of joking, but now that I think about it, I would probably eat shit if someone told me, ‘If you eat this bowl of poop every single day, you’ll look younger,’” she tells Allure. “That doesn’t mean that I don’t know the difference from that to an unhealthy level of feeling like I can’t age,” she continues. “I’m 41. I always want to look appropriate. There does come a point when you’ve taken it too far—overfilled, too tight, too much cosmetic work. There’s nothing worse.”
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