Kylie Jenner‘s lips have long been a talking point.
The 17-year-old caused widespread speculation, seemingly developing a pout that grew with every Instagram snap.
Last week, she finally ‘fessed up, admitting to having had injections.
In a clip from the latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kylie admitted: “I have had temporary lip fillers… It’s just something that I wanted to do.”
Now, her famous siblings have shared their true feelings about their youngest sister’s move. Yikes.
Kim gave her seal of approval, gushing: “Your lips look amazing.”
But she then went on to offer some sisterly advice, with some words of caution: “I don’t want you to get carried away, lips aren’t permanent, but if they (media) ask about your lips, own up to it.”
Kim also revealed that Kylie has always been insecure about her lips, admitting that she, too, has some insecurities about her own body. She clarified: “Just with my weight… I cannot leave the house without Spanx.”
Speaking to the camera, she later went on, “You know Kylie’s lips are not permanent, they are not going to stay there forever, she does not want to, and if it makes her feel better about herself then why not. I just don’t want her to take it to far as she is a beautiful girl and I don’t think she needs it.”
Kendall Jenner, on the other hand, seems to dissaprove of her sister’s obsessions with looking perfect.
She spoke out, “I don’t know why you guys are freaking out or talking about this,” the model then went on to say, “No one needs anything. Everybody looks beautiful.”
Khloe, who was filmed having laser surgery to remove cellulite, explained: “When you are photographed all the time, it’s natural to have insecurities or to want to change certain things about yourself.”
Kylie has strongly denied having had any cosmetic surgery in the past, promoting lip liner and make-up tricks as the secret to her amazing pout.
When asked about this, the star revealed: “I will admit to the lips but people are so quick to judge me on everything so I might have tiptoed around the truth but I did not lie.”
Even the rich and famous have to deal with body hang-ups, girls…
By Laura Jane Turner