EXCLUSIVE: ‘Everyone wants to do her makeup‘: Kim Kardashian‘s makeup artist Hrush Achemyan gushes the reality star has ‘one of the most beautiful faces’ and is ‘one of the kindest people’ she’s metHrush, 32, opened up about working with Kim, 39, on a new episode of PrettyLittleThing’s podcast ‘Behind Closed Doors,’ which airs on TuesdayThe celebrity makeup artist explained that she was so starstruck on the first day that she worked with Kim that it felt like she ‘forgot how to do makeup‘Hrush said the reality star has ‘one of the most beautiful faces’ she has ever seen, insisting that working with her changed her career The beauty guru also recalled fleeing Armenia with her family as a child, growing up without any money, and nearly dying of sepsis shock
The 32-year-old beauty guru gushed about the reality star‘s stunning good looks and kindness while filming an upcoming episode of PrettyLittleThing’s podcast ‘Behind Closed Doors,’ which airs on Tuesday.
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‘I remember the first day I was booked. I had brides and I was like, “I can’t cancel. I don’t know who they’re talking about.” Second time, again, booked, and then the third time it worked out,’ she explained.
‘She’s one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. I feel like she has inspired me,’ the makeup artist explained. ‘Just hearing her talk about her struggle and just seeing where she came from and what she made out of the hand that she was dealt is so insane to me.
‘Sometimes when people talk bad about her I’m like, “Bro, shut the fk up. Like, shut up. You’re just a hater,’ she said of Kim’s critics.
‘Look what’s she’s doing now: prison reform,’ she added. ‘She has a show on Oxygen talking about how she’s getting people out. She’s done so much for Armenia. What she has done for the culture, I have so much respect for her.’
The makeup artist was born in the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic of the Soviet Union, and during her interview, she spoke about how she came to America with her parents illegally as a child following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Staying home: Hrush’s interview took place at least a month ago, as she revealed on her Instagram Stories on Monday that she has been self-quarantined for almost all of March
Hrush also recalled almost dying of septic shock, saying she was just 28 minutes away from losing her life.
‘I got everything taken away from me when I was in that hospital bed,’ she said. ‘I cheated death and was given a second chance.’
Hrush’s interview took place at least a month ago, as she revealed on her Instagram Stories on Monday that she has been self-quarantined for almost all of March.
‘I was quarantined for 29 days,’ she said. ‘Yesterday,’ I found out I am negative for coronavirus.’
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