Kylie Jenner: I “Hate Wearing Make-Up”

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Kylie Jenner reveals the darkside to be a famous teenager in an amazing Interview with Interview magazine.

Kylie Jenner has it all. For an 18 year old woman she has millions of followers, her own house and is dating a rap superstar, which is pretty impressive. But, in a new interview, Jenner revealed that being famous is not all that it’s cracked up to be. In fact, Kylie says that she hates wearing make-up, a surprising comment for the owner of Kylie Lip kit, a product that sold out in less than 30 seconds.

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Kylie Jenner told interviewer Chris Wallas in the new issue of Interview magazine that she feels like she is being held bacck because she has such a young fan base. But, she revealed that she appreciates the attention, “But I’m OK with that; I do everything I want to do.”

It will be pretty interesting to see how her young fans respond to her Interview interview. She discusses a wide range of topics such as bullying, Lady Gaga, happiness, and social media. But, the most interesting answer came when she discussed what her life would be like without social media.

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“I would probably just never dress up. I would never wear makeup because I honestly hate wearing makeup. Lately, I’ve just been so over it. I feel like I’m way too young to wear such heavy makeup all the time. It’s just bad for your skin, but I’m always doing photo shoots or red carpets and events, so I just obviously want to look good. And I don’t know, I like hiking. I used to do a lot of hiking when I wasn’t as busy. I had a lot of anxiety when I was younger, so I would just run to this hill path in the back of my mom’s house and listen to Jack Johnson. I would listen to Jack Johnson and stare at the sky until my anxiety went away. When I was 16, I was always outside. We always watched the sunset, the group that I was friends with.”

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(Courtesy of Interview. Photo credit: Steven Klein)

Kylie Jenner also addresses how she tries to be a role model but, struggles to find her own identity. “I do feel pressure when I do sexy photo shoots and stuff or if I want to post a picture. … I don’t know. Because I want to be a good role model, but I also want to be me.”

You can read the full interview here.