Au Naturel Kylie Jenner Shares Some Of Her Beauty Secrets

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Kylie Jenner is baring all when it comes to her beauty secrets. The 18-year-old shared another makeup-free selfie, but she wasn’t happy about it.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to Snapchat to share a close-up photo of her freckles. Jenner wrote in the caption, “When everyone’s drawing on freckles but ur always covering yours.”

Kylie has tried to show her adorable freckles some love before. In another makeup-free selfie that was taken a few months ago, she started her own “freckle appreciation post” after a fan remarked that she doesn’t show them off enough.

saw someone comment why I don't embrace my freckles anymore. So here's a freckle appreciation post

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But instead of embracing them, Jenner purposely covers up her freckles with makeup. Maybe she won’t have a choice but to embrace her freckles after she also revealed on Snapchat that her favorite foundation is being discontinued. The popular Jenner teen took a Snap of her Giorgio Armani Face Fabric foundation along with the caption, “Armani discontinued this and now me and Ken don’t know what to do with our lives.”

Everyone’s also been noticing how flawless Kylie Jenner looks in her makeup-free selfies. It’s obvious that the teenager has good skin despite wearing a lot of makeup. Now King Kylie has finally revealed the one cleanser she uses to prevent breakouts. Plus, it only costs $5. According to Hollywood Life, Kylie claims to love Pond’s Cold Cream.

Back in March, she took to Snapchat to rave about her favorite cold cream, captioning it, “My favorite cold cream sent me a box – how cute is this? Oh my God, and the little chocolates on my face? I’ve always wanted to eat myself!”

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It’s obvious that Kylie loves to wear a lot of makeup. It’s good to know that she uses a drug store product that anyone can own. The celebrity gossip blog cites Pond’s Cold Cream as a “cult favorite” and one of the classic cleansers on the market. To get flawless skin like Kylie’s, you just need to apply a little to your dry face. It removes both makeup and mascara.

You should massage the cold cream onto your skin to remove the dirt, oil, and impurities from your pores. Then wipe it off with a tissue, paper towel, or a soft terrycloth towel. You can also leave it on longer as a mask or double cleanser, or remove it with a face wipe. Even though it’s super moisturizing for most skin types, it won’t leave your skin an oily mess.

There’s another beauty product that Kylie Jenner uses to zap zits. On March 8, she took to Snapchat to reveal that she uses Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, which only costs $17. Jenner wrote, “You guys, if any of you have a little pimple this is some drying lotion that I love. You take your little swab – you don’t shake [the bottle] – you get down deep in there and get your solution and then you apply – like bloop!”

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Then she dabbed a little on her face and showed her fans how she applies the product. Then on her app on March 16, Kylie mentioned the beloved product one again. She wrote, “Last place I shopped: Beauty Collection – I got Mario Badescu Drying Lotion.”

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The product is a pastel pink clay-like lotion that contains sulfur, salicylic acid, and calamine to help soothe and calm acne-ridden skin. To zap her zits, Jenner dips a Q-tip into the bottle and dabs it onto each blemish before moving on with the rest of her extensive beauty regimen. The bottle instructs you not to shake the bottle before using it.

Like Pond’s Cold Cream, Mario Badescu Drying Lotion has also been a favorite among beauty bloggers and outlets. It has rave reviews because it really does work. Now you know how to get clear and flawless skin like Ms. Kylie Jenner herself.

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