She’s made millions from her trademark voluptuous lips, but Kylie Jenner recently decided to have her lip filler removed.
Now the 20-year-old has been spotted without her famous pout for the first time in Paris this weekend, and she looks completely different.
The mum-of-one arrived with her boyfriend Travis Scott for his performance at Lollapalooza festival, when she was snapped rocking her natural lips.
Her noticeably thinner look comes just days after the makeup queen confirmed to a fan on Instagram that she’d had her fillers removed.
“She looks like the old Kylie here idk [I don’t know] why,” a commenter had said underneath a photo of her with a pal.
To which the cosmetics guru responded, “I got rid of all my filler”.
The new photos taken of the reality TV star though appear to show her in a completely different light as she’s unrecognisable.
Fans have been quick to praise the reality TV star for dissolving the collagen injected into her pout, saying it sets a “positive example” for women.
The fact that @KylieJenner went back to her natural lips makes me appreciate natural lips more
— Banks (@aadeli_) July 21, 2018
I think @KylieJenner looks more gorgeous without lip fillers. A natural dainty look. 😍
— 🌸Blossoms. (@MoonwaterSakura) July 19, 2018
Kylie Jenner looks beaut now she's had her lip fillers removed, so much more natural looking
— Georgia Gregory (@georgiagregoryx) July 17, 2018
Congratulations Kylie! And I’m so pleased you’ve taken you’re lip fillers out, you’re a natural beauty and you don’t need them! So many young girls follow your style so be a positive inspiration to them 💜
— Katy Peverill (@katy_peverill) July 14, 2018
Kylie admitted on Keeping Up With The Kardashians in 2015 that she used fillers to enhance her lip size.
“I have temporary lip fillers, it’s just an insecurity of mine and it’s what I wanted to do,” she said.
Though it’s not clear why the entrepreneur chose to ditch the fuller lip look, it may well be because she’s now a mum to five-month-old daughter Stormi.
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