Kylie Jenner is this month’s Teen Vogue cover girl (because she’s a teenage girl, in case you forget that all the time as I do) and we learned some pretty choice bits of information in her interview. Like how she wants to have a million daughters:
Having sisters is the best. I have a different relationship with each of them. I go to Kim for fashion advice, Khloé is always boy and family advice, and Kourtney is like another mother to me. It’s so fun being an aunt. When I look to the far future and decide to have kids, I need to have a million girls. Ten years from now — in 2025 — I hope I have a kid.
And those mean comments on Instagram? Those really bum her out.
Today I posted my Instagram picture three different times. I kept deleting it and re-posting it because I kept looking at the comments and they were bad comments. And I was like, “Ahhh!” and I kept re-posting it. The people who take the time to write these comments are so mean and hateful, like they just want to come at you and hurt you…And you can read 1,000 nice comments but remember the mean one. I think you should only really listen to what your family and your close friends say. I try to let it go in one ear and out the other and just stay positive.
But most importantly, we learned the secret to Kylie’s makeup and hair skillz: a lot of time. Like, a lot.
I never really wear makeup unless I need to, because when I do my makeup I like to really do my makeup. So I’m never going to spend just 20 minutes, you know? A good night out is, like, two and a half hours for full makeup, curling hair, whatever. I love false lashes—individuals, strips, extensions.
The girl goes all out at all times. For understated is not a word known by the Kardashian-Jenner family.
Above: One of Kylie’s more low-key looks.
I actually think Kris probably banned the word “understated” entirely. Kourtney probably bought some khakis one time and Kris probably burned them while screaming “YOU WILL WEAR ELECTRIC MO-HAIR OR NOTHING.”
The Gossip Table has more on what might be her latest accessory.