There's no doubt that everyone wants Kylie Jenner's lips. They are the most talked about celebrity body part of 2015. Now that Kylie has finally launched her debut lip kit, fans have been refreshing her online store lipkitbykylie.com just so they can get their hands on the $29 matte liquid lipstick and matching liner.
Some of Jenner's fans are even going to the plastic surgeon just so they can replicate her look. According to an E! News report televised on Thursday, Dec. 17, Kylie Jenner's lips are the most-wanted for 2015, including the holiday season. Botched doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif revealed that patients have been lining up at their offices just so their lips can look like the beauty blogger and model's. Young women have been coming into their offices, bringing along pictures of Jenner, and asking the cosmetic surgeons to make their lips look just like hers. Dubrow says that it's now more common to have temporary lip fillers like Jenner herself.
Both Terry and Paul are not advocates of having teenage girls having temporary lip fillers at a young age, though. They prefer to work on patients that are much older and have more developed features.
Though Kylie Jenner admitted earlier this year that she got temporary lip fillers, she's still capitalizing on the idea that makeup can give you the appearance of a larger pout. Kylie's lip kits sold out within seconds on Cyber Monday and then sold out again this past Monday, Dec. 14.
Now it looks like she's capitalizing on the success of her lip kits, which has been making some of her customers mad. According to a TMZ report, customers have complained that they haven't received the lip kits that they ordered. C&S Sales, the distributor behind the Kylie Lip Kit, has received numerous complaints, but haven't responded to any of them. Some of the customers are now considering sending their complaints to the Better Business Bureau.
Bad customer service aside, Jenner has taken to her eponymous website to announce that she might add more products to her makeup line. She wrote, "Next year I want to accomplish: A make-up line." In addition, Jenner has hinted to Teen Vogue that a contour kit could also very well be on its way. There's no doubt that Jenner's younger fans would like to contour and highlight their faces like she does in her many selfies.
"I see myself with a really successful makeup line. I want to expand it a lot. For now, I'm going to keep adding different lip colors. I'd also maybe do an eyeshadow palette, an eyebrow kit, or a contour kit, depending on what people want."Although Kylie Jenner's makeup and looks is a hot topic on Google and at the plastic surgeon's office, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is getting slammed for having too much work done. New York dermatologist Dr. Tabusum Mir says that Kylie Jenner is the No. 1 example of a celebrity who's had way too much work down, according to a Daily Mail report.
"Kylie is really young though, and there is a lot that I think she has had done at such a young age – fillers, Botox, peels. She has had her hips and butt done for sure."Kylie has been the center of breast augmentation rumors earlier this year. She took to her blog to reveal that she has never gone under the knife, but wouldn't entirely rule it out either. In addition, Kylie even posted a video saying that she gets her ample cleavage from duct tape and Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra. But Dr. Mir is frustrated that Kylie hasn't admitted to the rest of her plastic surgery procedures.
"What bothers me is when people say it is natural or they were born like that. You give me false information to all these young girls."If you want, you can fake the appearance of fuller lips with one of three Kylie Jenner Lip Kits. Or you can use the following five tips below for getting temporary lip injections from NYC board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Swift, who has not treated Kylie.
- Visit a board-certified, licensed and trained aesthetic plastic surgeon.
- Bring a photo of Kylie Jenner to show the board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeon what kind of lips you want.
- You will experience bruising, swelling, and tenderness a few days after the treatment.
- Lip fillers will take 3 to 6 months; however, Juvederm Ultra Plus XC is clinically proven to last up to one year. Jenner revealed to the New York Times that her Juvéderm fillers last every 2 to 4 months.
- "Don't take aspirin or ibuprofen a week prior to your appointment, because this will increase the risk of bruising," says Dr. Swift.
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