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Enthusiastic makeup, 24, transforms itself into Kim Kardashian with beauty products

Take twice! Enthusiastic makeup, 24, transforms itself into Kim Kardashian with beauty products – and fans claim that her look is BETTER

  • Michelle Teeken is a talented makeup lover from Stawell in Victoria
  • The 24-year-old shares her best appearance on social media for an audience of 3,000
  • She recently copied the look of Nikki Makeup on Kim Kardashian
  • Michelle did so well, people said it was better than the original

A makeup lover has transformed herself into Kim Kardashian using a range of both budget and high-end products, and some people suggest that it looks better than what the original artist created on Mrs. Kanye West.

Michelle Teeken, based in Stawell, Victoria, has recreated a beautiful look that London based Nikki Makeup did on Kardashian fourteen days ago, with a serious winged lining, a white eyelid and a bare lip.

Kim’s hair had shrunk into mermaid waves and she had a white robe wrapped around her for the photos.

Michelle Teeken, based in Stawell, Victoria, has recreated a beautiful look that London based Nikki Makeup did on Kardashian fourteen days ago (photo)

Michelle Teeken, based in Stawell, Victoria, has recreated a beautiful look that London based Nikki Makeup did on Kardashian fourteen days ago (photo)

Michelle followed the example of letting a friend use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark locks, but she had to guess which tones Nikki had used in the makeup department.

She eventually chose Plouise Makeup Academy eyeshadow base in the color shade ($ 14.31), BYS Cosmetics Noosa palette ($ 19.95) and Hydra Gloss in dreamy ($ 7.95) and an Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow pomade in ebony ($ 33).

She used the matte liquid liner Nyx Cosmetics and jumbo pencils in black beans and milk ($ 14.95 each), MAC Cosmetics clear eyebrow gel ($ 35), Extended Play mascara ($ 39) and Soft and Gentle highlighter ($ 55).

Her base was Maybelline’s Superstay base in warm honey ($ 17.39), bronzer was the TooFaced chocolate assortment ($ 46) and blush was Tarte Cosmetics in the Achiote color ($ 41).

Michelle followed her example by letting a friend use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark locks, but she had to guess which tones Nikki had used in the makeup department

Michelle followed her example by letting a friend use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark locks, but she had to guess which tones Nikki had used in the makeup department

Michelle followed her example by letting a friend use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark locks, but she had to guess which tones Nikki had used in the makeup department

To the praise she shared the end result – which was very similar to Kim’s – in the Social Facebook make-up group

What products has Michelle used?

* Plouise Makeup Academy eyeshadow base in the color shade ($ 14.31).

* BYS Cosmetics Noosa palette ($ 19.95) & Hydra Gloss in dreamy ($ 7.95).

* Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow pomade in ebony ($ 33).

* Nyx Cosmetics matte liquid liner and jumbo pencils in black beans and milk ($ 14.95 each).

* MAC Cosmetics clear eyebrow gel ($ 35).

* MAC Cosmetics Extended Play mascara ($ 39).

* MAC Cosmetics soft and soft highlighter ($ 55).

* Maybelline’s Superstay base in warm honey ($ 17.39).

* TooFaced chocolate bronzer ($ 46).

* Tarte Cosmetics in the color Achiote ($ 41).

* Dragon Lashes in Westside ($ 19).

Her eyelashes were lengthened by the Westside option of Dragon Lashes ($ 19).

To the praise she shared the end result – which was very similar to Kim’s – in the Social Facebook make-up group.

“I actually think yours looks better,” one woman said, while another confirmed that she “thought the same thing.”

‘Oooo, I think you might be the missing sister! You and Khloe changed at birth? “Another said.

A third added: “You are beautiful and look better than them.”

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