Kylie Jenner's plump lips have become her trademark beauty look, but now the 18-year-old has admitted that she regrets having gone for such a full pout. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star opened up about using lip fillers in the past, revealing she thought that her lips were left "a little too big".
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Kylie Jenner has spoken about her use of lip fillers in the past
Kylie made the confession during a conversation with big sister and fellow beauty icon Kim Kardashian, in an interview for Alluremagazine. When Kim asked her what she considered to be her "biggest beauty mistake", Kylie replied: "Well, I definitely made my lips a little too big at one point."
The beauty guru admitted that despite warnings from her family, she continued to use lip fillers but stopped after she needed to get her lips "fixed" as a result.
The star was interviewed by sister Kim Kardashian
"I got excited and felt like I needed to do a lot," she explained. "And then you guys were like, 'Kylie, you need to chill.' And then I had to go back and have it fixed, and it was a crazy process. Thank god I didn't end up on Botched."
Kylie then admitted that her life in the limelight meant that there were many beauty mishaps she and her sisters would find difficult to forget. "People's eyes have been on us for so long that I could definitely name a lot of mistakes we've all made in the past," she said.
Kylie's plump pout has become iconic
The Kylie Cosmetics entrepreneur had first admitted to using lip fillers in May 2015, during an episode of her family's hit TV show. "I have temporary lip fillers, it's just an insecurity of mine and it's what I wanted to do," she told the camera.
During the episode, Kylie was also seen confiding in sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian, admitting that she found it difficult to speak up because of the media scrutiny of her family.
"I want to admit to the lips, but people are so quick to judge me on everything, so I might have tiptoed around the truth, but I didn't lie," she told them. "Everyone always picks us apart."