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Kim Kardashian's Latest Beauty Look Is Surprisingly Easy to Recreate

Kim Kardashian's Latest Beauty Look Is Surprisingly Easy to Recreate
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Kim Kardashian hit Time’s 100 Gala on Tuesday evening doing what she does best—looking gorgeous.

The reality star, who was honored at the event along with husband Kanye West, took a more demure approach to her beauty routine, which—believe it or not—won’t take hours to recreate.

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First, makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic gave the star a classic smoky eye, which he softened with a hint of gold shimmer. “I mixed the two shades from the Nars Dual Intensity Blush in Jubilation ($45; sephora.com) and applied along the lower lash line with a wet brush to intensify the gold a bit,” he tells InStyle. Next, he enhanced those envy-inducing eyebrows. “I filled her brows using Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Medium Brown ($21; sephora.com) and set them with the Clear Brow Gel ($21; sephora.com),” he adds. After an application of Ardell’s Individual Lashes ($4; ulta.com, which happens to be one of our 2015 Best Beauty Buy winners), he completed her eyes with two coats of volumizing mascara.

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Of course, no look would be complete without that famous Kardashian glow. “I used Tom Ford Cheek Color Blush in Love Lust ($57; nordstrom.com) along the apples of the cheeks and to highlight I used Charlotte Tilbury Film Star Bronze and Glow ($68; nordstrom.com) along the cheek bones, bridge of the nose and cupid's bow,” he says. To score her nude lip, he swiped on Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Dainty ($16; macys.com).

As for achieving that super sleek ponytail, hairstylist Michael Silva prepped wet hair with Shu Uemura Ample Angora Mousse ($38; shuuemuraartofhair.com), and then worked in Kérastase Touche Finale Serum ($28; drugstore.com) throughout the star’s strands to ensure loads of shine and zero frizz. “I blow dried her hair section by section and flat ironed it,” he says. “Then I created a center part and secured it into a low ponytail." To finish, he wrapped some hair around the base for a final touch of polish.

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