Kim Kardashian & Kylie Jenner: Get Their Signature Look!

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Don’t we all love a sisterly selfie? Particularly when we’re talking about Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner in the same frame. Although we can’t decide who to first stare at, the common features are undeniable. Look at them brows, cheekbones and big brown eyes – we’d only dream for genes like that. If we didn’t know better, we would definitely say the girls are the same age.

Kim Kardashian & Kylie Jenner Get Their Signature  Look! (2)

Even the makeup is essentially the same: contoured face, lots of lashes and a nude pout – sounds familiar?

s1472331-main-heroEverything seems to be about contouring recently; contour the nose, the cheeks, the jaw line, the temples and even the collarbones. We totally get it, it transforms the face like no other, so if you want to recreate the face a la Kardashian/Jenner, just go crazy with that bronzing powder. For a natural effect, try using the Dolce&Gabbana Glow Bronzing Powder ($54, Shop.Nordstrom.com).

Time for applying some falsies. A dreaded step for some, but yet a vital one. With the help of tweezers, you’ll find it easiest to manage those scary lashes and the glue that makes you think you’ll glue your eyelids together (we’ve all been there). Go all out with the Ardell Natural Lashes Starter Kit #101 ($6.99, Sallybeauty.com).

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For the finishing touch, a nude lip pencil will pull everything together. Not only will it contour the lips (don’t be afraid to overdraw them a bit for a fuller effect), but it will also act as a longwearing lipstick. We recommend the Bite Beauty Matte Crème Lip Crayon, Dusty Mauve ($24, Sephora.com).

What do you think about this selfie that bursts with gorgeousness?

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