Kim Kardashian West Shares Two Genius Stain Removal Tips You’re Going to Want Try ASAP

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If anyone knows a thing or two about makeup, it’s the Kardashian Klan. And the OG of contouring, Kim Kardashian West knows firsthand about the perils and mishaps that go along with makeup application. Among the list of annoying beauty blunders, getting makeup all over your clothes is right at the tippy top. And getting a drop or a smear of foundation on your top or dress can mean sayonara to one of your favorite articles of clothing. It’s a struggle those of us who blend or buff on our foundation know all too well.

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Even though KKW has access to the best dry cleaners and launderers on the planet, she still takes foundation stains into her own hands with this super easy trick involving a common drugstore product. On the latest video for her app, she shared a fashion-saving tip while dishing out other makeup and beauty advice. “There’s nothing worse than being fully ready and realizing you have foundation on your clothes,” said Kardashian West. “To get rid of makeup stains, shaving cream often does the trick. Just apply to the stain and then lightly wet or wash. If the stain still won’t come out, you can also use a drop of rubbing alcohol mixed with shaving cream. The stain should lift out easily.”


In another time-saving tip, she shares how to get those pesky white deodorant stains out of your clothes with three common items you might find laying around the house. “Rubbing a clean pair of nylon stockings on a white deodorant stain will help it disappear,” she writes. “I’ve also heard that a sponge, beautyblender or even a dryer sheet will work.” Chances are you might not have a pair of nylon stockings or even a dryer sheet at hand, but what beauty aficionado in the modern age doesn’t have a beautyblender? Try one of these tips the next time you’re getting ready and notice a big, embarrassing stain before you rush out the door.