Kylie Jenner’s Makeup Artist Shares The Products She Uses To Make Her Look Like A “Bratz Doll”

Even though Kim Kardashian already held a master class on creating her signature makeup look, it seems like the youngest one of the Kardashian-Jenner clan should be the next to give a public lesson with her makeup maven pal. Kylie Jenner's makeup artist shares the products that she used in order to make Jenner look doll-like. To be more specific, her makeup artist, Hrush Achemyan described Jenner as her "letol Bratz doll" and I couldn't agree more. From her flawless, perfect skin, adorably plump lips, and sultry smoky eyes, not only does she look like a Bratz doll, but she also looks like her older sis, Kim, IMHO. 

If you aren't familiar with Hrush Achemyan, she's an LA-based hair and makeup artist that looks like a mix between a Kardashian and Angelina Jolie. Yes, she's that fiercely beautiful. According to her Instagram page, Achemyan has not only done makeup for Kylie, but has also worked on sisters Khloe, Kim, and Kendall. She's insanely talented and obviously has the contouring trend down pat. Look at all those cheekbones

In her latest Instagram photo of Kylie, Achemyan shared the products she used to help Kylie achieve her doll-like beauty look, from her lips to her eyeshadow. 

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If you want to recreate this look, here's exactly what you need. 

1. Mehron Celebré Pro HD Foundation

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Mehron Celebre Pro HD Foundation, $13, Amazon

Vegan makeup FTW.

2. Estee Lauder Blush

Estee Lauder Blush In Lover's Blush, $34, Nordstrom

A nice, neutral blush that is buildable and could work as a subtle contour bronzer. 

3. Tartelette Eyeshadow Palette

Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Eyeshadow Palette, $45, Sephora

This is an extremely popular palette that comes with 12 different matte shades that are perfect for everyday looks. 

4. Gerard Cosmetics Lip Gloss

Serenity Hydra-Matte Liquid Lipstick, $20, Amazon

The warm, pink shade definitely goes perfectly with the blush.

Images: @kyliejenner/Instagram

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