Kylie Jenner Wants Smaller Lips

Kylie Jenner’s lips have made a name for themselves in more ways than one.  While she should be known for her million dollar businesses, all everyone seems to talk about are her overly inflated pout.  Kylie has been confronted about her lips on several occasions.  During an interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine she stated:

“You guys have watched me grow up since I was nine.  My face is going to get different.  Now, I know how to do my makeup, contour and everything.  I’m not against surgery.  I’d never say no, but I don’t desire it right now.”

She told Grazia:

“I’m like, ‘Stop talking about my lips.’ I haven’t had plastic surgery.  I’ve never been under the knife.  People flashback to pictures of me when I was 12 and say, ‘Kylie’s so different,’ but how can I look the same from 12-18?”

Kylie came under fire for denying her lip enhancements and later admitting to it during an episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians.  She confessed to always feeling self conscious about her smaller pout so she started over-line her lips for a fuller look.  Eventually, she filled the void of her lips with temporary lip fillers.  Technically, she wasn’t lying.  She didn’t go under the knife, she went under the needle.  Either way, Kylie found a signature look that works for her – until now.  In a video posted to her web app, she confesses to wanting smaller lips.

“You know what’s weird? I’ve been into smaller lips lately.  Like I want them to look small.”

Now that we’ve solved the mystery of Kylie’s lips, let’s take a walk down memory lane as we view her transformation.

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Marsha Badger

Freelance writer, fashion enthusiast and owner of MarshBar's Closet, Marsha Badger offers her spin on what's trending in the fashion industry. The Brooklyn native specializes in showing you how to look good for less. Specializing in event coverage, celebrity interviews and guidance on how to recreate celebrity looks, Marsha proudly contributes her insight to Kontrol Magazine.