The reality star has been keeping it real on social media this week. And we love it...
There’s just no denying that Kylie Jenner is a role model to a whole legion of young fans.
The 18-year-old didn’t really have much choice when it came to her superstardom, with famous parents and older sisters, as well as growing up in the limelight of her family’s reality TV show.
But the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star can be credited with what she’s done with her fame.
Not only has she founded a successful beauty empire, she’s also built a very special bond between herself and her fans.
Having previously been dubbed the Snapchat queen, Kylie uses her social media almost as a vlogging tool.
She offers the kind of behind-the-scenes access that fans only really get from YouTube stars (but with the added glitz and glam of a Hollywood lifestyle).
Sure, Kylie might have unwittingly become the unofficial face of the plumped-up pout, and she rocks a bit of contouring as much as the next person (guilty), but we love that this little lady isn’t afraid of going bare-faced on camera, owning her natural beauty too.
The KUWTK star also doesn’t shy away from being totally down to earth when it comes to things that some girls might be insecure about.
Just this week, she’s been owning some ‘flaws’ across her social media accounts. And her fans have noticed.
Yup, when Kylie stepped out for her pre-birthday celebrations in a head-to-toe lace jumpsuit, one fan noticed that she had a ‘spot’.
Her fan appeared to take comfort from it, tweeting, ‘Me seeing @KylieJenner had an acne spot on her face makes me feel less insecure about mine ?? I’m always so self conscious about mine lol’ [sic].
Rather than trying not to draw attention to the fact, the beauty entrepreneur shared the message with her 17.2 million followers and said, ‘I love my lil acne spot’.
See: Have You Ever Noticed Kylie Jenner’s Scar?
Kim Kardashian West‘s youngest sister has also been flaunting that scar again – we love that she shows it so much love – and fans have been quick to take on board the message.
Comments included: ‘Her scar reminds me that everyone has flaws.’
We don’t like labelling anything as a ‘flaw’, but we do encourage girls of all ages, shapes and sizes to make like Ky’ and embrace your bodies, just the way they are.