During an interview with Homme Girls, Jenner said a 'big misconception' about her is that she has had 'so much surgery on my face and that I was some insecure person.'
The Kardashians are known for the unrealistic beauty standards they have been setting for the past decade. If you have watched their shows "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and "The Kardashians," you must be aware of their aesthetic lives filled with dramas and family exposé. They seem to have a strong hold over beauty standards since their visual features are replicated on innumerable faces worldwide. The stenciled brow, the snatched hair bun, the baked-powder contour, the clean-makeup look coming from carefully charted concealer, the gradient full lips, ever so slightly overdrawn, topped off with the iconic Kylie plumping gloss.
Moreover, the Kardashians, also called "America's royal family," will forever be known as the face of the 2010s fashion and style icons in beauty-school textbooks of the future. They are so deeply embedded in the minds of the beauty industry that they constantly face criticism and are accused of being hypocrites for endorsing natural beauty despite having undergone several facial surgeries. Kylie Jenner, in a trailer for the upcoming third season of "The Kardashians" on Hulu, believes the Kardashian-Jenners need to have a much-needed conversation about the new-age beauty ideals they have contributed to. "All of us just need to have a bigger conversation about the beauty standards that we are setting," the beauty mogul told her sisters in the scene, according to Teen Vogue.
Regarding the cosmetic procedures in the family, Jenner has been the biggest target for how she has influenced the beauty standard with lip fillers. During an interview with Homme Girls, Jenner said a “big misconception” about her is that she has had “so much surgery on my face and that I was some insecure person.” “I really wasn't,” she continued. “Yeah, I love full lips and wanted full lips, but growing up, I was always the most confident person in the room. I was the girl performing for everyone.” The Kylie Cosmetics founder also admitted to getting lip fillers in 2015. “I had my one lip insecurity thing, so I got lip filler, and it was the best thing I’ve ever done. I don’t regret it.”
As reported by Glamour Magazine, Jenner is a proud mother to daughter Stormi, five, and son Aire, one, whom she shares with rapper Travis Scott. “I wished I never touched anything, to begin with,” Jenner added in the trailer. “I don't want my daughter to do the things I did.” She also added how becoming a mother changed her beauty expectations and societal standards in the interview. "Stormi is perfect the way that she is. I see my features in my daughter and my son now, but you know, my daughter looks like me," she said. "I get to see my beauty in her, and it's made me love myself more for sure. Beauty is always changing for me."
During a sit-down interview with Andy Cohen and The Kardashians, Jenner shared that the comment she received from a guy after experiencing her first kiss stuck with her for a long time. "A guy said to me, ‘Oh, my God, you're such a good kisser, but you have such small lips,' or something like that," Jenner said during The Kardashians reunion, reported E! News. "From then on, I felt—unkissable. I took that hard. Just when a guy you like says that I don't know, it just really affected me. I just didn't feel desirable or pretty." She continued, "I had insecurity because this guy said something to me one time. Then I got an obsession with makeup because I would over-line my lips and it just made me feel confident."