In interviews fans didn’t know she needed, Kim Kardashian finally gave the full scoop on everything she’s done, casts, injections, and more. Her face in the August cover story Allure TBH, we all have our theories as to how Kimmy achieved her ~look~, but you might be surprised by her answers. Or not.
Interviewer Danielle Pergament notes that she has her own theories about what might be behind Kim’s skin before asking too frankly: “What’s on your face now?” (The preposition “in” is sending me.) Kimmy’s response? Oh, just “a little Botox.” That’s it.
But the interviewer didn’t buy it. Come on, she persisted, no filler in your lips or cheeks??? But no, “no fillers,” said Kim. “Never ever fill one up.”
OK, but of course eyelash extensions, which the author brought up because Kim’s lashes are “extremely long” and “fan like they’re advertising the eyes.” But again, Kim responded with a resounding no!
“I’ve never done eyelash extensions,” she said. “I’ve never done anything. I have a drop of mascara today. I’ve never filled my cheeks. I’ve never filled my lips.”
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Kim later continued, “I care about looking really, really good. I probably care about more than 90 percent of the people on this planet. It’s not easy when you’re a mom and you’re at the end of the day.” I’m tired or you’re in school, and I’m all of the above. I usually do my beauty treatments late at night. After everyone’s in bed, I’m having laser treatments.
She also said that even when she is “at peace with not being perfect,” she will “do anything to still look and feel young.” This is difficult to explain, she said, recognizing the paradox. But TBH Kim, like all of us, can do whatever she wants with her body and doesn’t have to explain it to anyone.
So with that, we’ll take your word for it, Kimmy (but maybe with a piece of side-eye)!
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