Editor's Picks: Kim West Shares Her Faves

This week my picks are all about some of the must have tools of the beauty trade. These behind the scene makeup lifesavers are a terrific trio no gal should be without in her arsenal. Check out these three picks from Revlon that I always keep on hand in my beauty drawer, and let me know if you've tried any.

When I want to enhance my brows, line my eyes or lips, the Revlon sharpener keeps all my colors in tiptop shape. Try the Revlon Universal Points Sharpening Tool, for just $4. This makeup essential works with both wood & plastic pencils. There are two openings to choose from that accommodate three different pencil sizes. You can pull the adapter ring to sharpen large sizes pencils as well. With just a few turns, your lip or eye color is sharp and you don't lose any of the product in the process. A safety pick keeps the blades clean and simply pop the top to empty the shavings.

Untamed brows beware. No misbehaved hair stands a chance against the Revlon Ultimate Tweezer. The advanced design of the slanted grip gives you the precision and control you need for arching and plucking. The non-slip grip helps prevent grooming mistakes too. Follow your brow's natural arch and create the shape you crave by tweezing only the hairs you don't need.

And what eye look is complete without perfectly curved lashes? I always begin my eye makeup look by using my Revlon Eyelash Curler.  And for $8, you'll definitely get more than your money's worth. The Revlon Advanced Design Eyelash Curler features spring-action movement, which ensures controlled curling. The handles are cushioned with a non-slip grip for comfort and safety. You can use this little guy on bare lashes or even after you've applied mascara. Simply place the pad near the base of your lid, catching only your top lashes. Gently but firmly squeeze handles together for 5 seconds and you're done.

Got any of these gadgets in your beauty toolkit? Let me know by leaving me a note below!

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