Kim Kardashian reveals her secret to removing makeup stains from clothes – and it only costs $3

MASTERING a flawless foundation application naturally leads to acquiring other makeup-related skills.

So it's no wonder that when star Kim Kardashian has had a hiccup with makeup staining her clothes, the star has the best trick up her sleeve to remove unwanted blemishes from her garments.


Per InStyle, Kim shared her favorite beauty hacks via her app, and her magic working makeup erasing tip was one of them.

"There's nothing worse than being fully ready and realizing you have foundation on your clothes," Kardashian wrote.

"To get rid of makeup stains, shaving cream often does the trick.

"Just apply to the stain and then lightly wet or wash.

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"If the stain still won't come out, you can also use a drop of rubbing alcohol mixed with the shaving cream.

"The stain should lift out easily."

Now that you're well equipped to get makeup mistakes out of your clothes, you might want to find out how to get the perfect foundation coverage without your makeup looking cakey.

Makeup guru Megan Lavallie revealed her technique for a flawless face.

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She explained: “Something I really like to do when I’m using a dewier foundation… I place with my fingers where I want the most coverage to be and I let it dry down a little bit.

“That way I’ll get the most coverage in this area and then I can kind of blend it out.

“It’s great because this way I don’t have to layer more product on top.”  

When Lavallie was done, her foundation looked silky and smooth, just like she intended.

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