Kylie Jenner Calls Out Her Family’s Role in Setting Unrealistic Beauty Standards

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Ever since she admitted to getting lip injections back in 2015, Kylie Jenner has been one of the most monitored celebs when it comes to cosmetic treatments. Despite years of speculation, Jenner recently opened up about the minimal amount of procedures she’s actually gotten. Last week, she took her honesty one step further by addressing the role herself and her family has played in setting unrealistic beauty standards throughout their career.

Just five days ago, Hulu got fans stirring with the release of a trailer for the upcoming season of The Kardashians, which teased tons of long-awaited conversations from the Kim and Pete breakup to Khloé’s skin cancer scare and even Kylie’s thoughts on the crew’s contributions to unrealistic beauty standards. “All of us just need to have a bigger conversation about the beauty standards that we’re setting,” the 25-year-old says in a clip of her chatting with her sisters. “I don’t want my daughter to do the things I did. I wish I’d never touched anything to begin with.” 

The new season of The Kardashians is set to drop on Hulu later this month, and this sneak peak of Kylie’s candid conversation with her sisters has us all hoping for more discussion on this important topic throughout the new episodes. However, this past Monday, Kylie posted a behind the scenes video of her getting strapped into a tight corset before putting on her dress for the Met Gala, which had many fans angry that the star seemed to be going back on her word. It looks like only time will tell how the conversation will continue to develop amongst the Kardashian clan.

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