How Does Kylie Jenner Do Her Lips?

Makeup Sorcery: How Long Does It Take Kylie Jenner To Paint On Her Pleasantly Plump Pout?

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How Long Does It Take Kylie Jenner To Overdraw Her Lips?

On a recent episode of “KUWTK” it was revealed that it takes Kylie Jenner a whopping 40 minutes to paint over her pin thin lips to give the illusion that she has a naturally full pout.

Via The Daily Mail:

On Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians it was revealed how the teen achieves the inflated look.

She is seen preening in a mirror with Scott Disick and sister Kendall, 19, looking on and Scott remarks: ‘Have you seen her do her lipstick? It takes like 40 minutes and then she like pulls one lip, pushes one out,’

He then adds: ‘I don’t understand why everybody thinks it’s so cute to duck [your lips] out!’

Kylie replied: ‘That’s what I think!’

The longtime boyfriend of Kylie’s half-sister Kourtney then revealed he thinks she looks much older than her years.

He said: ‘I just feel like you’re so grown up, even though you’re younger than you look,’

The youngest Jenner girl raised eyebrows last year when she started uploading selfies with very enlarged lips, sparking speculation of possible injections or lip implants.

At the time she explained: ‘In my pictures, I pout them out a lot. I think big lips are awesome. I love lip liner and overlining my lips,’ she said while admitting she was sick of all the surgery talk.

‘I don’t even care anymore. I’m like whatever, just say whatever you want. I feel like everyone has been talking about it for months,’ confessed Kylie, who also took to Twitter to address the media frenzy.

She wrote: ‘How long are we gonna talk about this lip thing lmao,’

‘Let’s get a our lives together guys and talk about some important sh*t, just talk about something new at least. I’m bored’

Because that’s JUST lipstick, right? Please.

Hit the flip for more photos of Kylie Jenner’s “lipstick enhanced” lips.



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