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For anyone wanting to chip in with suggestions, here are some reference images for Kim's look from the interview:
For starters, Kim has made it no secret that's she's an avid fan and user of MAC cosmetics and NARS. The Kardashian sisters have also launched their make up line (Kardashian Beauty), sold at Ulta stores.
Kim has also been very open in regards to how much make up and work it takes into achieving her seemingly flawless, which includes the every present technique of contouring and highlighting to accentuate her face per the image below:
To bring things back into a perspective for the every-day-gal to utilize, focus first on achieving a flawless and smooth complexion. Use a primer that diffuses the look of pores, fine lines, imperfections, and will help your make up lay on smooth. Your perfect primer formulation can depend on your skin type, issues you want to address, and overall preferences.
From there, use a full coverage foundation in either liquid or powder form with a matte finish since you'll be creating highlight with later products and don't want skin to look too dewy or too moist from the get-go. Try a foundation like Kat Von D's Lock It, Tarte's Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Liquid, MUFE's Velvet Mat, or Bobbi Brown's Stick Foundation. From there, work to utilize highlighting and contouring techniques with cream based products so it blends out easier to your pre-existing liquid/cream foundation. Depending on your experience with highlighting/contouring, work with a product 2-3 shades lighter than your foundation as your highlight and 2-4 shades darker for your contour, both keeping with the same undertone to avoid clashing on skin. Use a sponge or soft synthetic brush to blend out and diffuse the hard lines. From there, set make up with a translucent powder on a large, fluffy powder brush.
Here's a link with some tips and techniques for highlighting/contouring:
The images above has Kim's blush at a perky, light pink, so find a pink that suits your complexion and apply it softly at the sides of the apples of the cheeks (avoid applying directly on the apples as this will make the face look fuller) blending to the hair line. Add bronzer on the contour areas to emphasize and draw better focus on sculpting your facial structure.
Take a warm champagne highlighter and lightly dust along the orbital bone and highlighted portions to again, put more emphasis on what was done with the cream.
For eyes, prime lids with your preferred eye shadow primer of choice and work with nude toned shades that are available from various lines from Urban Decay, Lorac, and Too Faced. Keep to a balanced use of mattes and satin finish shadows, avoid anything with intense shimmer or chunky particles of glitter. Work with a minimum of 3 shades: a light to be used on the brow bone, a medium to be used on the lids, and a dark to be used on the outer corner/crease. Depending on your eye shape will be how you adapt to using these three shades in placement on your lid to ensure your eye shape is enhanced.
You can play with a combination of dark brown and black liners, giving slight definition to the lash line, but keeping a lighter hand. For lush lashes, amp up with a volumizing, defining, and lengthening mascara. You want curl and drama, making lashes look full and ensuring they're lifted up, use a lash curler if need. Mascaras like Dior's various DiorShow formulas, Smashbox Full Exposure, Benefit's Bad Gal, and Tarte's Light Camera Lashes Statement mascara can all work to get this look. Work to fill in brows with the product of your choice so they're defined and frame your eyes well.
If you've never really touched your brows with product or worked to fill them in, look into the below thread with lots of options and explanations behind brow products to help you decide which way you want to go:
If you get adventurous, you can even play with adding false lashes into your look to add even more to eyes. Kim states she is a fan of lash extensions, check out the below threads with some tips on how to work with various lash styles and options for a less-than long-term look and some info over lash extensions if you're considering the procedure/service:
For lips, keep to a nude, slightly pink shade. Kim has publicly stated she's a fan and long-time user of NARS' Turkish Delight lip gloss. She's also shared that she uses her own beauty lines Au Naturale lip system to give her lips that perfect nude look. Work with a creamy formula of lip stick or crayon that provides good pigmentation and even lightly line lips with an enhanced natural shade (Smashbox's The Nude lip liners work wonderful for this). Lips should look moist and slightly dewy after, leaving the high shine to using a gloss itself. Work with sheer or a transparent clear gloss, depending on preference. No need to use something opaque as you've laid the ground work with the lipstick/crayon (try MUFE's Rouge Artist Natural shades and Laura Mercier for great neutral options).
And if you're looking to enhance in detail the shape of lips through lip specific highlight/contour techniques, check out this thread: