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Kylie Jenner: 'Everyone wears wigs because of me'

Published 12/04/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner always regrets posting sexy pictures on her social media profiles.

Reality star Kylie Jenner knows people will follow whatever she decides to do style-wise.

The youngest member of the Kardashian family has made sure to stand out, launching her own range of lip kits, becoming the face of Puma and collaborating on her clothing line with sister Kendall.

Kylie also has the second biggest social media profile of the family behind Kim, 35, with 57.4 million Instagram followers, and uses her account to show off different hair colours and styles as well as her fabulous designer wardrobe.

The 18-year-old is well aware of her power, and takes all the credit for making wigs popular again.

"I started wigs, and now everyone is wearing wigs," she told Marie Claire as part of its Fresh Faces issue. "Kim just used my wig guy last night...I just do whatever I want to do, and people will follow."

While Kylie loves changing up her looks, the gorgeous brunette admits she does berate herself after posting some of her more risque looks.

"When I post sexy photos, I always regret it," she confessed. "Like, Oh my God, everyone is seeing my body. I get really weird about it."

It isn't the first time the teen has spoken about her love/hate relationship with social media, recently telling Paper Magazine she dreams about giving up her fame to live a more sedate life.

"Business-wise, I would love to have a really successful cosmetic line and then family/personal-wise, I'd like to have a really big family and a farm," she. "I daydream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the radar."

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