Kim Kardashian has worked hard for her amazing figure. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently shared how she has managed a 24-inch waistline. During a visit with friend and Anastasia Beverly Hills beauty founder, Anastasia Soare, the 38-year-old laughed while her pal panned the camera on her while asking her how she achieved her waistline. After Anastasia hilariously asked if Kim had her ribs removed, the mother-of-four took the perfect opportunity to share the tip with the world.
Kim Kardashian shared the secret to her super tiny waist
“I think that honestly being a vegan now helps,” the 38-year-old star said as she looked in the mirror and admired her figure in a shiny gold dress. “It does look really small today.” Kim, who is married to Kanye West, made the change in her lifestyle towards the beginning of the year. The mogul shared a picture of her food via her social media and filled her followers in on her latest lifestyle change. “I am eating all plant-based when I’m home,” she told the camera.
Kim’s big reveal comes after she shared how she managed to give the waist-less illusion during May’s Met Gala. The KKW Beauty founder shared that she had a little help from a corset to achieve he look. Earlier this month, the star revealed the painful process that came with her Thierry Mugler dress. “I have never felt pain like that in my life," she told the Wall Street Journal. "I’ll have to show you pictures of the aftermath when I took it off—the indentations on my back and my stomach.” The social media maven added that the corset was made by Mr. Pearl and required breathing lessons.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star achieved her goals with a vegan diet
Kim is following in the footsteps of Mr. Pearl, but taking a safer approach. The reality TV star announced that she will release her very own line of shapewear this year. The line, which was once called Kimono, will feature a variety of solutionwear including bikini briefs, thongs, bras, body suits, thermal leggings, and waist trainers offered in different shades and sizes.