Khloé Kardashian always rubs cuticle oil into her nails
Khloé Kardashian always rubs cuticle oil into her nails when she is flying.
The 32-year-old reality television star has a strict beauty and skincare regime for when she is travelling across the globe, which sees her dab the hand care treatment onto every finger "the second" she sits down on the plane because she believes staying "hydrated and moisturised" is essential.
Speaking about her beauty tips on her website khloewithak.com, the golden-haired beauty said: "I spend so much of my life on an airplane that I've definitely nailed down my routine for looking and feeling fresh when I land. Hear me when I say it's all about staying hydrated and moisturised, people.
"Also, since I'm so crazy about my hands, the second I sit down, I put on cuticle oil. Even though I put sunscreen on my hands every day, my cuticles are still so dry, so I make sure to take care of that right away."
And the 'Strong Looks Better Naked' author - who is currently dating 25-year-old sportsman Tristan Thompson - "always" guzzles one litre of water before she takes off, and makes sure she finishes the entire bottle before she lands at her destination.
She explained: "I always buy a litre of water before my flight and my goal is to finish it before I land."
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star sprays her face with rosewater to help keep her skin supple.
She added: "I also like to sprits my face with rosewater spray to keep moisture locked in. Plus, it just feels really nice."
Meanwhile, Khloé has recently extended her Good American fashion label and have added more lines to their second season for the label, which includes a denim pencil skirt.
The star shared the news on her Instagram account with a picture of her sporting a black lace bralette with the new addition.
She captioned the post: "We are releasing another drop from @goodamerican season 2 TOMORROW at 9am PT on goodamerican.com. Can't wait for you ladies to rock The Pencil skirt--sexy, comfortable and makes your curves look amazing!! #GoodSquad #GoodAmerican (sic)."