KYLIE Jenner has shown off her real skin texture in a make-up-free Instagram video.
She was out with friends when she snapped the video.
Kylie posted a series of videos on her Instagram story, celebrating a night out with friends.
After working on a shoot, the reality star decided to have some fun and head to the movies with her pals.
She took a selfie in a mirror to show off her outfit, which was a plain white shirt, tan pants which were ripped in the knees, tan boot heels, and a pink purse.
The next slide showed her lounging in a chair at the movie theater and she panned the camera to show off who was there with her.
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"Movies with my best friends," she said, emphasizing the last word.
In the next slide, the camera is on her face as she gives a serious look.
"I did my make-up today," she said and someone giggled in the background, which made Kylie crack a smile.
Although the theater was dark, you could see that the 24-year-old didn't have on dramatic make-up.
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She had on a natural lip color and minimal eye make-up.
Her skin did appear to glow in the dark theater.
In one of the next few slides, Kylie faces her camera toward her and one of her female friends and said, "Hello. We glowy girls."
THE REAL HER
The Kardashians/Jenner clan is known for altering their faces, wearing a ton of make-up, and photoshopping pictures, so when one of them goes make-up free, it is a big deal.
In a behind-the-scenes video for the Met Gala, the KUWTK star went with a natural face as she tried on her dress.
Kylie – who normally boasts a deep tan and long extensions – had her natural shoulder-length hair and went makeup-free for the fitting in her video titled "Married to the Met".
She also showed off her pale complexion.
Fans were quick to comment on her natural look, praising her for it.
One wrote on Reddit: "I don’t think I’ve ever seen a photo of her sans tan and her natural skin tone looks and suits her better."
"She's so pretty. These are some of the rawest bare-faced photos of Kylie I've seen in a long time."
On Mother's Day, Kylie showed off her real skin again with pimples and everything.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder treated the spot with a clarifying patch that the model swears "works wonders" for her breakouts.
In April, Kylie toned down on her lip fillers while sharing a product for her new Kylie Skin product.
Fans praised the look on Instagram saying that it actually looked natural.
THAT'S SO FAKE
Although Kylie has been showing off her natural skin a lot lately, she has been criticized for getting lip fillers, being too tan, and not looking real.
After sharing a video on Instagram last month, Kylie put on her make-up, but all fans could talk about was her botched lip fillers.
They thought she looked totally different and thought she got botox as well.
Kylie appeared front and center in a new Instagram video from her Kylie Cosmetics page.
In it, the mom-of-two applied a bright red lip to her plump pout, which was notably large and puffy, per some fans.
Fans were not shy in painting on their concern for Kylie's appearance, with many convinced she's gone "overboard."
"Giiirl put the Botox down," one fan bashed.
"I love you but lips look way toooo big," wrote another.
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The first procedure Kylie ever received was lip fillers – which she did in 2015 at age 17 quickly becoming a famous fixture on her face.
According to Kylie, the reason she initially decided to get lip injections was because of a comment a boy made saying her then lips were “thin”.
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