Camera shy Kylie Jenner covers up with a leopard print jacket as she shows off …

11 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A lip kit and a beauty site: Kylie Jenner’s new make-up moves.

The socialite in question was Bella Hadid, daughter of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast member Yolanda Foster and sister of model Gigi Hadid.At only 18 years of age, Kylie Jenner is already giving her big sisters a run for their money in the beauty stakes; her cosmetically enhanced pout gets more column inches than any of them, as do the transformative powers of her hair colour.The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star has praised her current surgeon responsible for inserting her temporary lip fillers because he makes them look “super natural” rather than her last doctor who just made them appear disproportionate and she also shared the brand she uses which comes from sources produced by the body, a hyaluronic acid which is only produced in small quantities. She was eclipsed by her older sisters, the antics of her old brother, the dynamic between her mom and dad, and offered what most of us could at her age: not very much.

Somehow, they have eluded the scrutiny and controversy that has followed another Hollywood couple sporting a nearly identical age difference: Kylie Jenner and her rapper boyfriend Tyga. Jenner reveals that a her new beauty website is imminent (expect a plethora of tips and tutorials from her) as is a new lip enhancing kit (filler not included). As sister Kendall blossomed into a high fashion model, the younger Jenner took the road more travelled: she delved into social media and created a following that’s cemented her as number one on Snapchat, and seriously up-there on Instagram, too.

Jenner and Hadid are friends — Hadid even attended Jenner’s 18th birthday party — but the reaction to their respective relationships could not be more different. But just in case you can’t wait that long, Jenner also happened to let slip a few of her beauty tips ahead of the website launch, including the one about sharing face wash with her big sister, Kendall. I was going to somebody before, and it was just looking crazy.” The 18-year-old also said she only has the treatment every couple of months so if she ever decided to stop having her lips filled she would be able to do so without experiencing any problems. It turns out that although the sisters that make enough money to buy an entire beauty company, they use the very same bottle of cleanser – purely because Kendall gets it on prescription; “We have a family dermatologist, Christie Kidd in Beverly Hills. This means that her demographic consists largely of teens who’ve been raised using social media in a way not even the most savvy grown-ass humans have. (I mean, hello: I live on Twitter and Instagram, but have no idea to use Snapchat, and absolutely no will to even learn.) This also means that she’s got a built-in following who appreciate her affinity for Snapchats and selfies in a way some of us don’t.

It started in February when Amber Rose, ex-girlfriend of Kanye West (Jenner’s brother-in-law), and friend of Blac Chyna (Tyga’s ex with whom he shares a two-year-old son), slammed the “Rack City” rapper in an interview on New York’s Power 105 radio show “The Breakfast Club.” “She’s a baby, she needs to go to bed at 7 o’clock and relax,” Rose said of Jenner. “That’s ridiculous. [Tyga] should be ashamed of himself. It’s annoying to keep going back, but you have the option of stopping it.” The brunette beauty only revealed she had been having surgery on her lips back in May on an episode of ‘KUWTK’ when her sister Khloe Kardashian suggested she stopped covering it up. She also opened up about her step-sister Kim Kardashian West, admitting she looks up to her and wants to have a similar business acumen and work ethic. He has a beautiful woman and a baby and left that for a 16-year-old who just turned 17.” The legal age of sexual consent in California, where they all live, is 18. While neither Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, nor Kendall “play it safe,” Jenner takes even more risks, whether it be via the colour of her her hair, or admitting to getting lip injections (which led to the Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge over the summer, that saw thousands of teens use vacuums to plump of their lips, to terrible results).

She’s a rebel, in the social media sense of the word, because she’s not doing anything differently than anybody else—especially her fellow Jenner-Kardashians. I knew Tyga was smart.” West’s comments only served to fuel fodder that Tyga was taking advantage of Jenner by dating someone potentially more mentally pliable than a woman his own age, and that the ease with which she could be manipulated was Jenner’s chief appeal. “Adolescents are more complicated,” said Deborah Stearns, a professor of psychology and human sexuality at Montgomery College. “At some point, somebody does become knowledgeable enough about sexuality that they can make reasonable consent although we still have issues of power differential.

She lives up the street, so I’ll join her for a trainer session sometimes.” Unlike her sisters however, Kylie reveals that she doesn’t wear heavy make-up if she’s going to see people. Culturally, I don’t think we have a consistent response.” We don’t have uniform rules about when we find this objectionable and when we don’t. Every time I get my makeup professionally done, I take a photo.” (We can confirm, she really does.) On sociable days, her lighter-in-theory, heavy-in-practice must-haves include: Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder Foundation; Lancôme Hypnôse Drama; Nars Orgasm Blush; Bobbi Brown yellow powder to cancel redness, CVS lashes and Kardashian bronzer. It’s a talent. (I mean, she doesn’t lie about who she is, but she certainly doesn’t parade it.) In fact, it’s inspired me to follow her to see how her career evolves in the wake of increasing social media attention.

The statutes only get murkier once allowances for four-year age discrepancies are factored in. “I think we’re a culture that’s deeply ambivalent about sexuality and so it’s hard to have honest conversations about sexuality,” Stearns said. One of the things we do know about cognitive development is that the brain of someone who is 17 years old is different from the brain of someone who is 25.

Recent research has indicated that the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain responsible for impulse control, planning and organization, continues to develop until around age 25. The second I see it turn brown in the sun, I dye it black, the blacker the better.” She adds: “Daniel Moon dyes Nicole Richie’s hair, and I love the color she had, this silvery purple. There are plenty of married couples where the age gap between husband and wife is seven years.” Even if the relationship began when Jenner was 17, Steinberg doesn’t see any need for concern. Though California law says she was unable to consent to sex, science suggests otherwise. “It does give some people pause to think about a 24-year-old or a 25-year-old dating someone who’s still high school-aged, but in terms of brain development — there may be other reasons to be concerned, but brain development isn’t one of them,” Steinberg said. Their media strategy, inasmuch as they had one, did not consist of deliberately antagonizing the public with a troll-y song and music video called “Stimulated” in which Tyga raps, “They say she young, I should’ve waited/She a big girl, dog, when she stimulated.” Hadid and The Weeknd, on the other hand, didn’t even release a statement confirming they were dating.

They were simply papped holding hands outside of a nightclub. “I do think the issue of when is this a freely consenting, well-informed, fully agentic sexual decision is actually a really complicated question,” Stearns said. “It’s being hyper-accentuated by the high level of celebrity around these people. Kylie’s relationship with Tyga is going to be the feature of the next television series so I think they’re probably turning up controversy on purpose.” “The one thing I wonder about what’s going on here is how much the racial element is part of it,” said Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, a research professor in psychology at Clark University and author of “Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from the Late Teens Through the Twenties.” “I mean, people object to this relationship. He’s widely believed to be cash poor, and he reportedly leased the $320,000 Ferrari he gifted Jenner for her 18th birthday, and placed the lease in her name. “I think at 16 I was probably f—ing someone that was in their 20s, for sure,” Khloe Kardashian, 31, told Complex magazine earlier this year. “I wouldn’t say I was even dating, probably just sleeping with them. You’re not gonna say, ‘Hey, so what are you doing this weekend?’ and have her say, ‘Having a slumber party at my girlfriend’s,’ or ‘Going to prom.’ That’s not what Kylie does. It’s a rare circumstance, so let’s treat this as a special case.” What Kardashian didn’t take into account, however, was the fact that Jenner has been, like many girls, sexually objectified from a young age — literally since her first appearance on reality television — and the effects that’s had on her. “I think she’s an extreme representation of what we are doing to girls more broadly,” Stearns said. “Girls are sexualized at a very young age in our culture.

It seems to me that … Kylie is just another story of how we’re encouraging girls to see themselves as sexual objects.” On top of everything else, it’s worth considering that negative attitudes about Jenner’s relationship tend to be colored by a special level of contempt that’s reserved for the Kardashians in general. Yes, Bella Hadid is also a product of reality television, but she and her sister aren’t nearly as ubiquitous, for better or worse, as the Kardashians. “I think that adolescents have a right to sexual agency,” Stearns said. “But I think we also have to recognize the limitations of age and understanding.

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