Kim Kardashian Just Showed Her Real Skin Texture And Hyperpigmentation In A Make-Up-Free Video

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Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images
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We all know that social media have its pros and cons. With the latter, one of the ways is how the celebrities and influencers you follow seem to have mega smooth skin, almost making you feel like pores aren’t normal (which they 10000% are, btw). But still, it can leave an impact and I’ve definitely found myself having second thoughts before uploading a picture to Instagram.

Thankfully, more and more public figures are shunning the filters and embracing posting real life selfies without the use of any effects or editing. And the latest celeb to try it? Kim Kardashian.

The Skims founder took to Instagram videos to share her morning routine, using products from her new skincare range, SKKN by Kim. She then gave fans a closer look at her skin under the sunshine, telling the camera her face was 'super moisturised.'

Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian

Of course, Kim looks incredible as always but refreshingly, the reality star isn’t wearing any makeup, meaning you can see her real skin texture. In the video, you can see Kim’s pores and some hyperpigmentation, both of which are something that pretty much all of us will have or have experienced at some point.

Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian

With all of the filters and lighting tricks on social media, it can be easy to feel like you’re the only person in the world with pores – which obviously isn’t the case at all. Now, if more people like Kim could share and normalise natural skin textures more often, maybe we’ll all post those fire selfies without a second thought.

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