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Snooki's Labor Advice for Kim Kardashian

Credit: MTV

Snooki has already doled out relationship advice to fellow celebrities like Amber Rose and Rihanna, and now in her latest Celebaby Report she dishes some advice and tips on labor to mother-to-be Kim Kardashian.

The topic? How to look glam during labor (“'cause it’s a bitch”), something Snooki mastered when she wore a fabulous leopard print birthing gown while delivering her son, Lorenzo LaValle.Snooki told Kim that when you meet your baby for the first time, “you have to look flawless,” and offered some tips on how to pull it off. Snooki advised re-doing your makeup in the hospital, saying that during her long 27 hours in labor, all she did was put on makeup and watch cartoons.

Because “the hospital rooms are boring,” Snooki told Kim to choose her makeup palette wisely. Hilariously, she also advised to bring extra eyelashes to the hospital — possibly even a whole box. She let Kim know that hospital gowns are “ugly,” so make sure to bring your own! Her own leopard print satin gown made her feel beautiful while she was in labor.

In terms of accessorizing, Snooki said not to wear big hoop earrings as they can get caught in your extensions, but you can wear nice “diamond studs so you look really cute in your selfies.”

Finally, she advised a pedicure at least a week before your due date, because “your feet will be in the air for everyone to see." Plus, you should make sure your mascara is waterproof, because you’re going to be crying from the joy and pain, and in Snooki’s words, “you do not want to look like a zebra.”

Oh Snooki, we love you. Check out Snooki’s hilarious video, then let us know what you think about her tips for Kim K!

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