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Despite having undergone a substantial face makeover over the years, Kylie Jenner has denied having had any surgery to her face and insists that she simply only had lip fillers.
The youngest Kardashian/Jenner sibling talked about her physical appearance on the most recent episode of ‘The Kardashians’ her families TV show that airs on Hulu.
While doing a solo piece to camera Kylie said ‘We all have our little things, so it’s normal to be insecure sometimes, but I always just remember being like the most confident kid in the room. I always loved myself, I still love myself.’
‘One of the biggest misconceptions about me is that I was like this insecure child and I got so much surgery to change my whole face, which is false.’
‘I’ve only gotten fillers, and I feel like I don’t want that to be a part of my story. I will always want everyone to just love themselves.’
She made her television debut on the Kardashians programme when she was just 10 years old. Her look has changed significantly over the years, with visibly plumper lips in 2014 (when she was barely 16), sparking rumours that she had them artificially enhanced.
Although many people have remarked that the reality star “always looks different” every time she appears on the programme, the make-up guru has always denied having surgery and instead credits fillers and makeup tricks to accomplish her sculpted countenance.
On her pout, which she drastically improved over the years with lip fillers and over-lining lip liner, Jenner established a very successful billion dollar company developing products to help others get the same effect.
Amid rumours in the media, Kylie first denied receiving injections, attributing the enhancement of her pout to skillfully placed lip liner. However, later in 2015, Kylie acknowledged using fillers.
However, despite admitting to a few tweaks with her lip filler Kylie Jenner has categorically denied ever having a surgical procedure on Twitter but we can’t help notice that her look is very different and continues to change.