Fresh off of calling herself a “19-year-old prostitute,” Kylie Jenner appears on the latest issue of Complex magazine wearing nothing but some latex gloves. She wanted to “try something new.”
In the image, which was photographed by repeat Kylie kollaborator Sasha Samsonova (who gave us this steamy video), the reality star and beauty mogul sports a dark lip and high ponytail. She’s also covered in illustrations by contemporary artist Takashi Murakami.
Kylie Jenner covers our ComplexCon issue. Read her cover story, “In Plain Sight” now. LINK IN BIO. @sashasamsonova
Inside the issue, the teen opened up about dealing with fame and her much-talked about lips.
“I don’t hate my life,” she said. “I’m happy. But everything that comes with it —the paparazzi and not being able to do normal things? I’ve been famous for what feels like my whole life. I just want to know what it feels like not to be.”
Jenner added that “fame isn’t bad” but growing up in the public eye is “probably the hardest thing.”
“You’re trying to grow up and make mistakes and everybody’s watching,” she said.
"I’ve been famous for what feels like my whole life. I just want to know what it feels like not to be.” - Kylie Jenner @sashasamsonova
As for those famous lips, Jenner said they’ve “been an insecurity of mine all my life.”
“This guy I kissed was like, ‘Your lips are really small but you’re a really good kisser. I didn’t think you were gonna be good at kissing,’” she explained. “It was so rude. From then on, I just felt like I saw guys staring at my lips. I felt like no one wanted to kiss me.”
The star said she lied about getting fillers because she “didn’t want to be a bad influence” to her young followers.
“I didn’t want people to think you had to get your lips done to feel good about yourself. But they thought it was crazier that I was lying about it because it was so obvious,” she added. “I wish I had just been honest and upfront.”
To read more from Kylie’s interview, head over to Complex.
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