Inside Kim Kardashian's Pre-Wedding Beauty Prep

05/13/2014 at 04:00 PM EDT

Inside Kim Kardashian's Pre-Wedding Beauty Prep
Kim Kardashian
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Kanye West

Kanye West

She's rarely out in public with even a hair out of place, so it's no surprise that Kim Kardashian is going all out when it comes to beautifying for her big day.

The bride-to-be has made several visits to Epione of Beverly Hills, a cosmetic laser center where she had previously undergone laser treatments on her breasts. (The process aired on a February episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.) The center also specializes in Botox and laser hair removal, both of which Kardashian has tried in the past.

As for her famous glow? The reality star likely doesn't have to look much further than her own makeup drawer – she has her own line of self-tanning products, Kardashian Sun Kissed.

When it comes to her nails, Kardashian favors neutral and pink colors at Beverly Hills Nail Design, says an insider. "She never goes crazy with colors on her nails. She likes simple and pretty."



And could her blonde mane be making a reappearance for the nuptials? Though she went from blonde back to brunette earlier this year – thanks to stylist Tracy Cunningham – the 33-year-old was a little wistful post-color. "I'm so annoyed I dyed my hair dark!" she Tweeted in February. "I am missing my light hair!"

No matter her hair color, Kardashian will surely be making heads turn on her wedding day. Her glam squad will likely consist of longtime makeup artists Joyce Bonelli and Mario Dedivanovic (who did her look when she wed Kris Humphries in 2011) as well as hair guru Clyde Haygood.

Get ready, Kanye West – your soon-to-be wife is pulling out all the stops!


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