Snooki offers Kim fashionable delivery tips
Washington: Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi, who became a mom last August has offered pregnant Kim Kardashian some tips for a fashionable delivery.
Speaking as MTV's celebrity baby correspondent, the 25-year-old gave Kardashian video tips on looking glam when bringing her baby into the world, People Magazine reported.
While waiting to dilate, there's plenty of time to apply makeup, Polizzi said.
"I waited 27 hours and the whole time I just put on makeup and watched cartoons," she said.
Hospitals are "boring" with blank white walls so a nice pink or red lip is key to looking your best, the reality star advises.
But she asked Kardashian to stay away from the nudes.
"Remember to bring an extra pair of eyelashes in your purse in case you are not at home when your water breaks," the petite Jersey Shore star asked Kardashian.
She suggests bringing a whole box just as she did.
Polizzi said hospital gowns are ugly and advised Kardashian to bring her own, suggesting something leopard print and Dolce 'n' Gabbana to spice up her birthing look.
A nice pair of diamond studs are a must to "look really cute," Polizzi added.
She further asked Kardashian to carry a scarf to hide a puffy face, and not to forget getting her pedicures done before the delivery date as her feet will be literally in the air for everyone to see.
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