It’s no secret that “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner is obsessed with her lips.
Her obsession really shows, since almost every picture she posts on social media showcases her trademark pout. She even made a fortune after creating the bestselling Kylie Lip Kits. But Jenner was not born with luscious lips. In fact, she had really thin lips growing up. This was a big insecurity for the reality star, so much so that she later got lip injections.
However, it seems like her fans aren’t impressed with this fact. Some of them even suspected that she is continuously getting lip injections and have urged her to stop enhancing her lips. This is what happened after Jenner posted a selfie showing a natural makeup look, according to OK! Magazine. In the photo, Jenner's lips look bigger than usual.
“Enough with the lips already,” a fan commented. Another added, “Stop doing them lips and pretend, then maybe you will look a bit better.”
One social media user even wrote that Jenner is getting “uglier,” while another expressed concern: “Omg what happened to your lips??”
Earlier, Jenner talked about her lip obsession in a new series called “Woman Made” for VIOLET GREY. “I was obsessed with lips, in general, and making my lips bigger before I got my lips injected,” she said. “I always knew I wanted to create my own lipstick. I said, ‘We need to trademark Kylie Lip Kit’ - that was what I wanted to call it.”
“Usually, when girls do their lipstick, they use a lip liner and a lipstick, and they never have a match,” she further explained. “So I just created a perfect match, because that's what I’ve always wanted.”
Needless to say, her products are a roaring success. When she recently opened her New York City pop-up store, Jenner was overwhelmed by the huge crowd waiting to get inside. She even considered the pop-up opening as the most “unreal experience” of her life. Kylie Jenner said she has always been obsessed with making her lips look bigger. In this photo, Jenner arrives at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on Aug. 30, 2015. Photo: Reuters/Danny Moloshok
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