Whenever we're having a low day, we like to enter the term "Kim Kardashian Crying" into a Google image search, which proves to be just as uplifting as it is humanizing. Kim is undeniably gorgeous when she isn't sobbing, but her now-iconic crying face is the stuff dreams and Internet memes are made of—and she's clearly in on the joke.
In a recent post on her website and app, the star shared her top 10 products to get her face in check after an especially eventful cry. "Everyone knows I'm the queen of the ugly cry," she writes. "If you happen to find yourself crying this Valentine's Day, here's my ugly cry fix." The first and most obvious items? A pack of Puffs to Go tissues ($7; walmart.com) and Neutrogena Makeup Remover wipes ($7; walmart.com) to clean up those mascara streaks.
Focusing on the eye area, she'll apply a few drops of Rohto's Cool Eye Drops ($8; cvs.com) to reduce redness, and will apply a depuffing mask—she loves SK-II's ($115; nordstrom.com) as well as Sephora's ($6; sephora.com). To tackle redness all over the face, she'll use the MaskerAide All Nighter Sheet Mask ($7; maskeraide.com) followed by a layer of Chantecaille Rose de Mai Cream ($210; nordstrom.com) and Tatcha's Luminous Dewy Skin Mist ($48; sephora.com).
When it's finally time to reapply her makeup, Kim sticks to the Cle de Peau concealer ($70; nordstrom.com), which, as a sidenote, has long been one of our faves, and the L'Oreal Voluminous Waterproof Mascara ($8; walgreens.com).