Which means you also always have to look totally picture perfect, from your outfit , to your makeup and hair , and even your nails . A lesson Kris Jenner apparently tried to instill in her two youngest daughters Kendall and Kylie early, obliging them to get manicures every single week. Over the weekend, Kendall made her first public appearance post-Pepsi controversy at where else but all celebrities favorite three-day-long bohemian desert bacchanal, Coachella . The model was there to co-host a party with her sister Kylie on behalf of dating app Bumble , set in the midst of a faux winter wonderland, complete with snow, ice bars, and igloos. While there, the sisters did an interview with Elle in which they took over the writers dating profile, dishing out some sage selfie advice, and, in the end, providing some interesting insights into their own very particular beauty habits. RELATED PHOTOS: Sister, Sister! Kendall and Kylies 18 Cutest Moments of All Time Towards the end of the interview, founder of Fashionista Faran Krentcil compliments Kylies nails , which have become as much of a personal signature as her infamous pout , asking the question on everyones mind, How do you deal with the length? to which Kendall quickly adds, I ask her that all the time. Kylie kind of answers her question, explaining that, Part of it is making sure theyre done correctly. I get them done once a week, which isnt normal. he saidEspecially not for the more budget conscious amongst us, but Kendall adds its actually relatively normal for two people who were raised to do precisely that. My mom would make us do it, the model explains, She would have a nail artist come to the house once a week and she would make us get our nails done.
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I never stop thinking about names of products. Its a process that happens 24 hours a day. I keep an agenda next to me and in the middle of the night I will wake up and write [down] names. I always thought it was much more fun to give each product an identity. And by calling it a very specific name, a woman would fall in love with the product even more because it has more personality. I try to find intelligent names that really mean something. It can be a country, it can be a sensation, an emotion, movie, whatever, but something that would really click. Do you have a favorite? The first twelve lipsticks are always my favorites (see lineup below) because thats when we launched the brand at Barneys in 1994. I called them really specific names like Shanghai Express, Jungle Red and Heat Wave after the movies I love.
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