Kylie Jenner went out to lunch with a friend yesterday, where she was snapped by paparazzi looking especially crisp-faced.
Paps and numerous outlets commented on her no-make-up look. Jenner, who made her one billion dollar fortune running a cosmetics company in addition to other things, is in all respects once in a while is seen without makeup. She snapped a photo with fans inside the restaurant (Sugarfish, for those searching for Jenner-approved eateries):
Jenner herself shared a dose of herself looking unabashed in bed. “Skin,” she inscribed it with a sparkle emoji.
Jenner talked to Interview about how she never foreseen ending up so hugely effective selling makeup. Of turning into the world’s most youthful tycoon, Jenner told the publication, “I never thought that this could happen. I believed in Kylie Cosmetics but I didn’t even know what I was getting myself into. It feels amazing, it’s wild, and being the youngest ever to do it is a blessing. I now want to focus on giving back to people and doing things that I’m passionate about.”
She additionally defended her “self-made” billionaire status that others have questioned, given Jenner is a part of the affluent Kardashian family and has been featuring on their reality TV show since she was a child. “There’s actually no other word to utilize other than independent since that is reality,” she said. “There’s really no other word to use other than self-made because that is the truth,” she said. “That is the category that I fall under. Although, I am a special case because before I started Kylie Cosmetics, I had a huge platform and lots of fans. I did not get money from my parents past the age of 15. I used 100% of my own money to start the company, not a dime in my bank account is inherited… and I am very proud of that.”
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