Kim Kardashian's Fourth of July Was Every Beauty Addict's Dream Come True
By Brittany Burhop Fallon, Beauty Director |
It's no secret that the Kardashian sisters are always testing the latest beauty products and treatments—they even video themselves getting treatments done at the doctor's office. Yesterday, Kim took to Snapchat to give us a peek at how she spent her Fourth of July, and it wasn't at a club or fancy party. Surprisingly, she stayed at home and did what all of us beauty gurus love to do: try new products. Here’s what she discovered.
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The ZIIP laser ($495): "Anyone who knows me knows I'm obsessed with lasers," said Kim in her post. This one, developed by celebrity aesthetician Melanie Simon, is powered by an iPhone app and sends bursts of electrical currents into skin to diminish signs of aging and give a plumper look.
Deesse Spectrum Mask: This $2,900 Korean-designed LED mask may look like something out of a horror flick but it really delivers the anti-aging goods. Celebrities swear by its wrinkle- and sun damage–reducing powers.
Lancer Microcurrent Boost ($250): Courtesy of Kim's longtime dermatologist, Dr. Harold Lancer, comes this microcurrent tool that helps stimulate collagen in the skin and massage facial muscles to boost blood flow for a healthier-looking complexion.
FOREO Luna 2 Sensitive Skin ($199): Kim says she plans to post tutorials of herself using this high-tech skin-cleansing device on her app. Using T-Sonic power, it gently exfoliates, lifting dirt from pores and removing dead skin cells for skin that's super smooth.
La Mer The Hydrating Facial ($250 for six): In her post, Kim said this dry skin–quenching mask looks "super easy to do," and she's right. Just apply the top half, then the bottom half, and let it sit for eight minutes. The result is incredibly hydrated skin that stays that way for days.