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Khloe Kardashian tricked into waxing at 13

FashionBy Sunday World
Khloe Kardashian tricked into waxing at 13

Khloe Kardashian was tricked into having her first wax at 13 years old.

The 'Kocktails With Khloe' host has admitted what was meant to be a relaxing facial, organised by her "crazy" momager Kris Jenner, turned into a "traumatising" under-arm ablution session when she hit her teen years, which left her terrified of beauty treatments for a long time afterwards.

Speaking to People magazine about her unforgettable beauty experience, the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star said: "My mom has always been very crazy about rituals and routine.

"I remember she made me get a facial for the first time, I was like 13, and I guess I'd started having hair under my arms. During my facial, I had someone come and wax my underarms and I was so terrified because she didn't warn me! I was like, 'What is happening?!' I thought that was part of the facial. It was so traumatising.

"I remember I didn't want a facial for like years cause I thought that came with it,"

However, the 31-year-old beauty finds it amusing that Kris acts differently to other mothers who gently ease their daughters into puberty.

She explained: "It's funny because my mom is so polished. Most people would be like, 'This is what you do. Take a razor and so on.' And my mom was like, 'We're waxing this!'"

Meanwhile, the TV personality has admitted she has grown into her body confidence and has embraced being make-up free, although she is excited to age and hopes to do so gracefully - even if it is at the hand of cosmetic surgery.

She said: "When I was younger, I never wanted to be bare-faced, cause you're a little more insecure.

"I have grown to have a ton of self-love, and that's something I had to work on, so I am at a place where I just feel beautiful within my own skin.

"In 10 years, I don't know what I am going to look like - facial, hair colour, body, anything. But I also think that's the fun of life. I hope I age gracefully. I believe in lasers and fillers - whatever makes you happy. But I am not obsessive about that stuff."