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Kylie Jenner: Kim has a perfect face

Published 14/04/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner was all for her half-sister Kim Kardashian's blonde restyle because of her "perfect face".

The reality TV queen debuted her platinum locks during Paris Fashion Week last month, but her turn to the light side was a short-lived affair. She got rid of the look after two weeks, but that doesn't mean she took the decision lightly.

"Before Kim dyed her hair blonde, she sent a text to us all asking if she should do it," her younger half-sister Kylie Jenner told British magazine Grazia. "She has such a perfect face, so I love it when she gets creative. I thought it looked cool."

Kylie is known as the fashionista of the family. Although it's her sister Kendall who is the model, Kylie is the one Kim has said she looks to for wardrobe inspiration, as she has a more street-style vibe.

That's something Kylie plans to build on, explaining that although she took to the catwalk for Kim's husband Kanye West's presentation with Adidas this year, she likely won't repeat the experience.

"Kanye's show was cool and a great experience, but I wouldn't want to be a model - that's Kendall's thing. I love designing. I want to try everything this year," she explained.

The 18-year-old star also touched on the constant speculation about her appearance. While fans gush about her edgy style, persistent rumours claim she's had surgery to achieve her glossy looks. Particularly under suspicion are her lips, which often look much fuller than they did when she was younger.

The star has always insisted the look is just down to clever make-up application, something she proved when photos of her looking fresh-faced without cosmetics, and with thinner lips, emerged last week.

"I'm like, 'Stop talking about my lips,'" she fumed.

"I haven't had plastic surgery. I've never been under the knife. People flashback to pictures of me when I was 12 and say, 'Kylie's so different,' but how can I look the same from 12 to 18?"

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