Editorial Exclusive: Khloe Kardashian Mane Muse
For a group of people that’s as Mane obsessed as we are, it didn’t take long to realize our January editorial star should be none other than, Khloe Kardashian. Add with the combo of makeup artist Mary Phillips, hairstylist Jen Atkin, and photographer Mike Rosenthal, we aimed to start the new year off right…
The first look we approached was “I woke up like this,” where Khloe displayed her softer, romantic side. Peachy makeup hues and soft waves accentuated her God given features; like those gorgeous full lips and long eye lashes. Mary Phillips started with Kevin Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer to give her skin a dewy glow. “Khloe is beautiful, inspiring, and so much fun, she reminds me of why I got into this business,” says Phillips.
Hairstylist Jen Atkin blew out Khloe’s hair with Kardashian Beauty Blow Dry Cream and a medium sized Ibiza boar bristle brush. She then curled the ends under with a GHD 1 ½ inch curling iron and brushed upwards with a Sheila Stotts brush to create hold and body. “A little bit of Kardashian Beauty Tease Me Texture Spray near the crown can do wonders” says Atkin. KK’s secret to hair that withstands endless styling? Coconut oil hair treatments.
Khloe’s next look “Khlo Money” couldn’t have been any more different. No stranger to street style, Khloe showed off her collection of accessories (like her must have hoop earrings, Mason Michel bunny ears, and a string of lust worthy over the top hats custom made from close friend/sister in glam Joyce Bonelli) with the signature Kardashian nude lip and nails to match.
With all the bold accessories and swag (like her custom Khlo-Money Balmain jacket), opting for a smooth blowout balanced the look. Kardashian Beauty Volume Foam was used to blow dry her hair straight and a Kardashian Beauty flat iron to polish the ends.
“Khloe is such a blast to work with because she loves mixing it up,” says Mary Phillips as she pulls out a seemingly endless supply of neutral lip colors. The shade she picked was appropriately titled Coco Ravish by Tom Ford.
Khloe’s final look showed off the side of Khloe that we all know and love: The Glam Goddess. Retro Hollywood waves were set with a 1 inch Kardashian Beauty curling iron, then brushed out with a Mason Pearson brush and smoothed with Kardashian Beauty hair oil. “My favorite product from the Kardashian Beauty Collection is the dry shampoo, I love the rose scent” says Atkin as she sprayed it liberally for volume. Khloe chimes in agreeing that the dry shampoo is one of her favorite products as well. To complete the sultry setting, Velvet Cherry matte lipstick and the Titanium Smoke eye palette from Tom Ford were used to give a more dramatic makeup look that played off her flawless complexion.
Stylist: Khloe Kardashian
Photographer: Mike Rosenthal
Makeup: Mary Phillips
Hairstylist: Jen Atkin
Manicurist: Kailey Phan
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