Regardless of your opinion of the Kardashians, I think we can all agree that their makeup always looks flawless. And it's no accident that they always look so good. They have amazing teams who help them look their best — and Khloé Kardashian may have just hired a new team.
On Wednesday, the Good American founder posted a sweet video to her Instagram story of her daughter True Thompson, whom she shares with ex Tristan Thompson, and her niece, Rob Kardashian's daughter, Dream Kardashian, giving her a makeover.
True can be seen walking over to her mom and dabbing her face with a makeup sponge. "Oh my Gosh, what are you doing to me?" the Keeping Up With the Kardashian alum asks as True goes to work on her mom. The mischievous little toddler disappears from the shot and we see Khloé reach for her daughter and say, "No, don't do that to my phone."
In the next story, True is joined by her cousin Dream, who dips a sponge in some makeup and starts gliding it over her aunt's eyelids.
"Dreamy, what are you guys doing to me?" Khloé asked. In the next slide, Khloé showed off her very glamorous new look — consisting of neon-colored blush, bronzer, and presumably highlighter — which she also attributed to her other nieces Stormi, Kylie Jenner's daughter, and Chicago, Kim Kardashian's daughter, though they were not present in the Instagram stories.
"So I don't know what you guys think, but I think I just got a new team of makeup artists," Khloé exclaims. "True and Dream, Stormi and Chi killed it!"
At the moment, Khloé is focused on co-parenting with her recent ex Thompson. A source told People that their daughter is the main priority during their split. "True will always be her first priority and ultimately she's focused on a healthy family for her daughter, so Tristan will always be a part of Khloé's life," they said.
The source continued, "She's not one to dwell on the past — she has an incredible capacity to find the positive in every situation. And she and Tristan are still very much in touch and are great co-parents to True."