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Thursday 26 November 2015

Kendall Jenner in bikini shoot

Published 22/07/2013

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner keeps it cool as she poses poolside in a baby blue frilled bikini sipping on a refreshing beverage.

The 17-year-old stars in adverts for Hubert's Lemonade and posed over the weekend for the shoot in Los Angeles.

Kendall wears an aqua blue frilly two-piece as she lounges by a pool sipping a chilled beverage from a straw.

In another sneak peek, Kendall appears on a red Vespa scooter wearing a pair of cute cut-off denim shorts and bikini top.

The half-sister of famous reality TV star Kim Kardashian looks happy and relaxed in the skimpy swimsuit shots.

She took to her Twitter and Instagram pages to post further images from the weekend to her fans.

"Keepin cool with this yummy raspberry #hubertslemonade it's been soooo hot out! (sic)" she wrote.

Kendall sticks to simple styling for the rest of her look.

An age-appropriate name necklace is seen on the model's collarbone and her long brunette locks are kept casually un-done.

Minimal make-up helps her look natural and approachable; with a few lashings of mascara enough to make the beauty's eyes stand-out.

Kendall keeps her skin looking fresh and radiant by avoiding a heavy foundation on her face. A moisturising lotion containing sun protection is ideal for recreating this look.

The fast rising model has won campaigns as the face of Colombian brand Agua Bendita swimwear as a result of her perfect bikini figure.

Earlier this year, Kendall posted snaps of her striking a pose in a floral string number from their bikini collection.

This campaign will help Kendall take another step towards her dream modelling gig - which is to be tapped by Victoria's Secret.

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