And so today it seems fitting that Kim Kardashian stepped out with a full face of make-up on.
The 31-year-old reality star stepped out with a copious amount of beauty products on her face.
Made up: Kim Kardashian shrugged off last night's flour attack stepping out with a full face of make-up on as she headed to a meeting today
As well several layers of foundation, which left her looking a little orange, Kim was sporting smokey eyes, blush on her cheeks and a slick of pink lipstick across her mouth.
The single star had her dark hair pulled into a high pony tail and she wore a flirty pink dress for the occasion, teaming the ensemble with high heels.
Sisterly support: Th 31-year-old reality star was accompanied by her pregnant sister Kourtney who was no doubt on hand to offer support to her sister
The reality star appeared to be putting last night’s events behind her as she got down to business today however Kourtney’s presence might well have meant she had some moral support.
Last night Kim was left humiliated when a woman threw a white powder identified as cooking flour all over her.
Focused on the job: Kim was wearing a dusty pink dress with a metal belt and high heels as she headed to a meeting with her sisters
On hand to help: Kim arrived at the meeting with her sister Kourtney
Kim arrived dressed-to-the-nines, wearing a black blazer, leather trousers and a bright blue blouse, but within minutes she looked more like a dowdy housewife after a kitchen mishap.
Kim's whole back and shiny hair was covered in the substance but she managed to keep her composure.
Attack: Kim was covered with a white powder as she talked to a journalist on the red carpet - she has today branded the woman who threw the flour 'a bully'
Before and after: Kim was looking great in a pair of leather trousers, a blue top and a jacket before she was covered in the powder
But later Kim spoke to TMZ in a live chat where she branded the woman who poured flour over here 'a bully'.
In trouble: The woman who threw the flour was arrested and put into a police car but Kim will not be pressing charges
Kim described how after being covered in the flour she made her way up to the hotel room, dusted herself off and wiped down her clothes before returning to the event.
She said she didn't want to let down all the women who had gathered to the event.
The attack may have quite possibly have come from a protester opposing Kim's love affair with fur.
In November Kim was the target of a PETA campaign.
While the organisation denied being behind last night's attack, a spokesman noted that whoever did throw the flour may managed to send a message out to the reality star.
A spokesman told TMZ: 'PETA has tried everything from polite letters to public protests, but Kim Kardashian has not been moved by the news that animals are beaten, electrocuted, and even skinned alive for real fur garments.
' Whoever threw that flour may reach her when our polite appeals did not.'