Khloe Kardashian swears by this one trick for air-brushed skin

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Mansions, Met Gala ballgowns and year-round holidays? Can’t relate. But if there’s one thing we have in common with the Kardashian-Jenner klan, it’s a love of make-up. Thanks to Instagram we’ve obsessed over Kim’s chiseled cheekbones and envied Kylie’s shapely pout, but our latest makeup crush is K-sis Khloe Kardashian; we’re currently swooning over her flawless complexion.

Looking at ‘The Revenge Body’ kween’s Insta feed, we assumed that KoKo’s airbrushed skin had to be a result of a fancy filter or some skilful editing – we’re looking at you Facetune. So in our quest for HD selfie-worthy skin, we did some digging around and discovered that Khloe previously revealed (on her now-decommissioned app), that her good friend and make-up artist, Joyce Bonelli, uses a nifty 3-step technique to create a base that looks like an Instagram filter IRL.

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The first step is to prep and prime the skin using a tinted moisturiser rather than a regular moisturiser. Khloe uses the Laura Mercier tinted moisturiser which adds a ‘barely there’ veil of coverage that’ll even out skin tone, hydrate the skin and add a hint of dewiness for a healthy, lit-from-within glow.

Next, apply a full-coverage foundation on top to further even out skin tone and smooth uneven skin texture. A firm resident in KoKo’s make-up bag is the Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able Full Coverage Concentrate.

Finally, grab a beauty blender and pat it all down to seamlessly transition both formulas into photoshop-esque perfection. Selfie in 3…2…