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Kourtney Kardashian Appears To Cover Her Coochie With Emoji During Makeup Sesh!

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By MLC on July 6, 2022 at 3:58 PM EDT
Updated on July 6, 2022 at 4:05 PM EDT

Kourtney Kardashian is spilling her best makeup tips for soon-to-be brides.

And while she’s at it, she’s leaving little to the imagination.

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The eldest Kardashian sister shared her top five glam tips for getting wedding day ready on Wednesday, July 6.

She shared a photo of herself in a white robe while getting her makeup done before her big day!

Kourt also had to place a heart emoji down near her nether regions to cover her coochie.

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I mean, she’s got to keep it PG-13.

The tips, tricks and advice came from her makeup artist, Leah Darcy, and its definitely great advice.

For Kourtney’s wedding to Travis Barker, Leah kept her look “simple and timeless.”

“Not too heavy on the skin just enough to look flawless in photos,” she said.

I mean, I think we all remember our parent’s wedding photos from the 80s…

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 Tip one: “Time your skin treatments right.”

Kourtney and her glam team explain that with skin treatments, timing is everything.

“Make sure to do all of your stronger skin treatments (lasers, peels, etc.) at least two weeks before your wedding day to allow your skin to heal and purge any impurities or breakouts,” her wellness website, Poosh, reads. “Avoid trying out any new skincare products or treatments close to the wedding day, especially if you have sensitive skin, as it may cause breakouts.”

Tip two: “Ice, ice, baby.”

“I like to keep a bucket of ice (made from purified water) and a clean damp washcloth to help depuff and cool off the skin prior to skin prep,” Leah recommends. “I find this also helps calm nerves a bit.”

You can also use ice globes or even cold teaspoons.

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Tip three: “Mix and match lashes.”

To finish off Kourtney’s wedding eye makeup, her glam squad used a combination of false lashes.

“I love using individual lashes because they’re almost undetectable and make it easy to layer and customize,” Leah adds. “For a little more drama, I cut pieces of a strip lash and layered the pieces throughout.”

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Waterproof Products Are A MUST!!!

Tip four: “Choose waterproof formulas.”

“Waterproof everything! Mascara, lipstick, and even brows. Make Up For Ever has a great line of waterproof products that are used by professionals, and they’re super long-lasting,” the website reads.

Tip five: “Have a mini touch up kit.”

Last minute touch ups are inevitable. Whether it be for pictures or right before walking down the aisle, a bride will need some products to give themselves a touch up.

“Mini touch-up kids are a must,” Leah says. “In mine I like to keep pressed powder, lip liner, lip gloss, Q-tips, tissue, blotting paper, toothpicks, mints, and a mascara spoolie.”

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Following their lavish Italian wedding, Travis and Kourtney were faced with a trip to the hospital.

Recently, the drummer had to undergo emergency surgery.

Last week, Barker was rushed to multiple hospitals with an unknown pain which was later diagnosed as pancreatitis.

He is recovering well and back to living life in Calabasas, but for a second things for the couple and their families were scary.

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Kourtney and Barker took to Instagram on Saturday, July 2, to open up on the frightening health scare.

The former Blink 182 drummer went in for an endoscopy on Monday feeling great; however, his health worsened by night time.

“I developed excruciating pain and have been hospitalized ever since,” he wrote. “During the endoscopy, I had a very small polyp removed right in a very sensitive area, usually handled by specialists, which unfortunately damaged a critical pancreatic drainage tube. This resulted in severe life-threatening pancreatitis.”

Barker underwent intensive treatment and revealed he was feeling much better.

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