Kimora Lee Simmons looked less than happy to be spotted not living up to her 'Fabulosity' catchphrase in Studio City, California, on Tuesday.
Off day? Kimora Lee Simmons did not look her usual glamorous self as she left a nail salon in Studio City, California on Tuesday
The 37-year-old had obviously declared Tuesday a me day shunning the blow dryer as well, wearing her unstyled hair clipped to the top of her head in a makeshift bun with a green butterfly clip.
Kimora also dressed for comfort, wearing long leggings, a white print t-shirt, an oversized black cardigan and flip flops so not to damage her newly painted toenails.
Don't look at me: The mother of three definitely did not want to be seen without her make-up
With a bottle of water under her arm and her large designer handbag almost overflowing, the mother of three made a mad dash to her black Mercedes G Class SUV.
Kimora has dropped significant amounts of weight since splitting with her partner of five years, Djimon Hounsou.
Silver lining: While the star looked very casual her leggings showed off her new slender figure
Recent split: In November, Kimora separated from Djimon Hounsou after five years together
Unusually the star vacationed with her ex husband - and father to two of her children Ming and Aoki - Russell Simmons, 55, and his new 24-year-old girlfriend.
While normally perfectly polished and, well fabulous, Kimora says her catchphrase and mantra of 'fabulosity' is about more than looking amazing - it is being amazing.
She explained to Urban Daily: 'Fabulosity is a state of all things fabulous.'
'It’s living in a state where you recognize and focus on things like self-respect and self-restraint; looking at a higher version of yourself, and the world on a higher note.
'It’s a lifestyle; you can attain it by striving to be the best person you can be.
'It's being a working mother, it’s doing this television show, it's running a fashion empire.
'All people who follow me, look up to, or are inspired by me live similar lives. They are trying to live the best version of their life.
'We juggle families, bills, responsibilities and living in a recession. It’s really how we work our way through that that puts us in that fabulous state.'
The art of being fabulous: Luckily the reality star's mantra of 'fabulosity' means more than just looking good