Another week, another Kardashian or Jenner insisting they didn’t have the plastic surgery everyone thought (and could see) having had. The latest version of this glossy press series arrived yesterday with Kylie Jenner appearing on the cover. Wall Street Magazine, to promote her new fashion brand Khy. She said in the interview: “I’ve never touched my face, but I had my breasts done when I was 19 and got pregnant soon after, obviously I don’t plan on getting pregnant at 19.”
Explaining her newfound transparency, the 26-year-old said: “My daughter has taught me so much more about myself, and seeing myself in her has changed everything. I’ve evolved so much, embracing natural beauty, teaching her about the mistakes I’ve made, and letting her know she’s perfect just the way she is.” “I provide.”
These comments echo similar comments Kylie made last year; before it was on the ‘deny deny’ train – now they’re half-truths.
talk with BoysGirls She said in April: “I think a big misconception about me is that I’ve had a lot of surgery on my face and that I’m an insecure person and I’m not! Yes, I love full lips and wanted full lips, but growing up I was always the most confident person in the room. She continued: “I had insecurity issues with one lip so I got lip fillers and it was the best thing I’ve ever done. I have no regrets. But I always thought I was cute.
That same month, she confronted her sisters about the issue during an episode of The Kardashians: “We all need to have a bigger conversation about the beauty standards we set.”
Some may want to praise Kylie Jenner, but at least she’s having these conversations, even if they’re half-hearted attempts; more than any of her other sisters did. But I ask these people to look at the timestamps: She only talks about beauty standards and plastic surgery, if she has anything to promote. Be it a new show, a new Kylie Cosmetics line, a new fashion line. He tries to connect with the audience and make them believe in his originality, thus making them believe in the originality of his products. If Kylie was truly committed to speaking out about beauty standards, wouldn’t she have said more? She doesn’t just repeat the same lines about her daughter, her mistakes, and that she never ‘touched’ her face. These are not real, sincere conversations he had; These are just strategies.
In the now-famous conversation between Kylie, Khloé and Kourtney, the youngest sibling said: “I see a lot of young girls on the internet are totally editing now. I went through that phase too, but I’m in a better place. And other people can instill distrust in you. Khloé replies: “That’s how I accumulated everything from other people. I had the most confidence. I was chubby and wore a tight body-hugging dress. Society gave me insecurity.” Kim Kardashian did not participate in this discussion.