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Kylie Jenner Does Glamour

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On developing thick skin:

“So many negative things come at me all the time. Of course, it does affect me, but you develop a thick skin. Nothing has lasted so long that I haven’t gotten through it, so whenever a new bad story or rumour emerges, I know it will pass, too. Everything in life is transient.”

On making a business out of her insecurities:

“I was super insecure about my lips. I really wanted the illusion of bigger lips, so I overlined mine like crazy, and then people started getting obsessed.”

… says Kylie.

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I don’t get the obsession with American celebrities. I’ve found much more interesting and beautiful women who are famous in other countries like Bruna Marquezine from Brazil, or Dilraba Dilmurat from China. The US media is filled with caked on makeup, plastic surgery, insta-baddie look. Somehow narcissistic teenagers think they are in a place to give “deep” life advice. There are beautiful and classy women from the United States, but for some reason the ones who are admired and looked up to are not: Emily Rat, Kylie/Kendall, the Kardashians, Alexis Ren…

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newsflash: Bruna Marquezine is as plastic as the Kardashians. She had her nose done, liposuction, lips filled and other small procedures done to her face.
My stepdad is Brazilian so I often spend vacations in Brazil, there’s not a lot of difference between there and America when it comes to celebrities and people’s obsession with them. They’re all around fake and people are still interested in reading about them, same formula, just -slightly- different faces.

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Where’s the evidence? She looks exactly the same as when she was a little girl, and she’s lot quite a bit of weight since she was first famous, so I doubt that’s lipo. Anyways, it doesn’t matter to me if she got plastic surgery or not. She is very beautiful, and is a kind person. I can’t really say that about any of the famous Americans I listed

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the evidence is in every-single-picture from her childhood and early teens. Noses don’t just “get refined” and completely changed, and lips don’t just “inflate” with puberty. If you’ve watched her novelas you’d know, she’s been in the public eye since the age of 6 when she caught attention playing a blind girl. She’s also publicly stated she has never denied having a nose job just chose not to comment on it for not finding it relevant. As for being a kind person, sorry, I can’t comment, best to leave it to you, since you guys are tight/bffs (not that that… Read more »

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Bruna has never denied having her nose done – or any other procedures- she recently told a magazine she hasn’t commented on the matter for not finding it relevant.
You can just google “bruna marquezine antes e depois” and you’ll see plenty of pictures, but here are some:
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Just to be clear: I have nothing against plastic surgery and calling her out is not the point, but you can’t just simply bash a celebrity for being “plastic” while setting another one as a good example of natural beauty when in fact they’re just as plastic like the one you’re criticizing.

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Sarah

It’s all part of the toxic American mainstream media culture. Augmented sexuality and adult film star-features combined with insipid quotes are designed make the female seem vacant and readily available. This is what is being sold to Americans as aspirational and profitable. I lived in the US for 23 years before we emigrated out and the difference in what a “good life” means and goals is becoming more striking all the time

Ari
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Ari

Congratulations on moving! It’s strange because it’s such a vain society, yet I never see strikingly beautiful people in the mainstream media. I used to know a guy well into his 30s who would like every post Alexis Ren and Em Rata would post. Yes, it must be the “readily available” appeal that you describe.

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It’s Jewish media though isn’t it?