Kylie Jenner spends 40 minutes doing her lips & takes 2 hour showers

Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner’s lips grace all manner of magazine covers these days. That’s notable for a 17-year-old whose mom lets her spends all day gazing into the mirror. I don’t know why Kylie’s on the cover of Remix. There are rumors that she’s going to release a single. Kylie’s doing well for herself however she’s doing it. Her new $2.7 million home in Calabasas is insane. You can see photos here, and I’m including an Instagrammed housewarming photo at the bottom of this post. Kylie was very excited to unload her (free) mattresses. Speaking of lips … Kylie’s selfies continue.

Kylie’s super bored that you pay attention, but she’ll selfie those lips all day long. The above photo includes gratuitous duckface, true. Kylie says she hasn’t had plastic surgery yet, but the needle doesn’t count. There’s no denying that her lips are a lot bigger than they were last year. I’ve already posted comparison photos, and it’s obvious that she’s had injections. She also purposely overlines her lips and spends a lot of time doing so. How much time? 40 minutes, according to the latest episode of KUTWK. Scott Disick provided commentary on Kylie’s makeup routine:

Scott: “Have you seen her do her lipstick? It takes like 40 minutes and then she like pulls one lip, pushes one out. I don’t understand why everybody thinks it’s so cute to duck [your lips] out! … You should want your nose to almost hit your lip. Get it up there! Plump her up!”

Kylie: “That’s what I think!”

[From E! Online]

40 minutes. I can’t even imagine spending that long getting ready, let alone wasting all that time on lipstick that needs to be redone every day. 40 minutes is much greater than Kylie’s previously quoted 10% materialistic life. Last week, Kylie went off message in a Star mini-interview. She said, “Girls are most beautiful when they’re not really wearing any [make-up]. I think it’s really pretty when I see girls wearing no make-up.” Kylie also gave a weird quote about enjoying 2-hour showers (and long scrubs). Someone needs to call Vivienne Westwood. I’d enjoy hearing her take on the Kardashian excesses.

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  1. lindy79 says:

    Jesus, who could be arsed with that sh*t.
    Also, nice water conservation there…knobs

    • Birdix says:

      There was a story recently about a church in San Francisco that had arranged that water would be intermittently poured from above onto the homeless people who would sleep on the front steps (smart homeless people brought umbrellas after a while). There were 2 camps–those who were outraged at the terrible treatment of people in need, and those who were outraged that they were wasting water. People can be the worst sometimes.

  2. GoodNamesAllTaken says:


    • Judyk says:

      Says it all.

    • Kitten says:

      GOOD LORD, is ANYTHING on these people real??

      fake eyes, fake lips, fake skin color, fake boobs, fake ass, fake hair, fake FACE.

      I mean, I’m all for young people experimenting with their looks can changing hair color or playing with makeup or clothing styles, but when you get to the point where NO part of you is real, it just comes across as self-loathing.

      Ugh. What a way to live.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Can you imagine spending that much time in front of the mirror. They’re not living – they’re just reflecting…

      • Kitten says:

        Exactly. It’s just so unhealthy to have your entire focus directed towards your appearance.

        How do you ever develop or grow as a person?

        Look INWARD, get some f*cking creative hobbies, MAKE something, STUDY something, LEARN about yourself, Kylie.

        Bleh. These people make me crazy.

    • 30winks says:

      her lips look like a puckered arse

  3. meme says:

    what a sad sad little girl. 17 going on 35. how did every female in this family get so famous with no talent whatsoever?

  4. Tifygodess says:

    I dread what will happen when this one turns 18

  5. lila fowler says:

    No wonder they’re on the brink of a water crisis in CA.

    • EC says:

      my thoughts exactly! the drought is not a joke, ya’ll

    • OriginalTessa says:

      No brink. They’re in one, full stop. California is drying up.

      • Suzanne says:

        Seriously – full stop. They’re making us reduce our water usage by 35%, while raising rates by 8% and talking about a 25% surcharge on top of it. We only have about a year of water left if we don’t get any snow in the mountains.

      • lirko says:

        I just read Lake Mead is the lowest it’s been since they filled it,and it could eventually cause CA water prices to double. My relatives visited Hoover Dam a few months ago, and said the tour guides really stressed what a crisis it is. It’s terrifying…

      • lirko says:

        @Suzanne I’m so sorry to hear that. How can people afford it?

      • OriginalTessa says:

        They needed to start a pipeline into California from the Great Lakes, oh 30 years ago in anticipation of this. It was inevitable. The farming, the population explosion, the green grass lawns and swimming pools for all. They’re in crisis now and no real way out other than depending on mother earth.

      • Suzanne says:

        Most people stop watering their lawns, don’t wash their cars, etc. There’s a lot of ways to reduce water usage, but, at least in our house, we did those things last year. There was a campaign last year called “Brown is the New Green” where people were encouraged to water their lawn only when it was on the brink of death. Lots of people started planting drought resistant shrubs and getting rid of their grass.

        Not sure how we’re going to cut back more. We’re forturnate in that we don’t have a huge yard or big house with a lot of people (it’s just my husband and myself). I can’t imagine what this will be like for large families.

        I also read a report saying that most of our water consumption comes from livestock farmers – it takes a lot of water to keep those farms running and the animals alive. If people cut back on meat and dairy products, we would use less water (and this is coming from a non-vegan :) ).

      • wiffie says:

        @originaltessa I hope you’re joking about the great lakes…

        The problem is that they decided to take an area that doesn’t naturally have green grass and lush landscape, and pipe water from the north so they can have this type of ecosystem when it’s not sustainable.

        Taking out the water from the great lakes will destroy the natural ecosystems that exist there, completely change animal and plant life. That’s not a valid solution for people who choose to live in a desert and pretend it’s the tropics. Live like it’s the desert, and move to the tropics if that’s what you want.

      • OriginalTessa says:

        Joking? No, not really. Piping water slowly, over time, wouldn’t have a huge impact on the lakes. But it’s too late for anything like that anyway. These were things people needed to think about a very long time ago. And the great lakes already source too many people. We have too many people, and too many people want too much of the limited supply of fresh water.

      • littlestar says:

        Yes, it would have a huge impact on the lakes and the people who live around the Great Lakes who depend upon them for water. Almost 40 million people live in California and much of North America’s produce comes from California as well. How could that not have an impact??

      • OriginalTessa says:

        The lakes are HUGE and hold like 25% of the fresh water on the entire planet. I never suggested we tap in today and start watering California. But a slow emergency supply over many years would have been one way to keep California operating without going into a huge environmental, ecological, economical, agricultural crisis. It’s a complete disaster that’s going to have huge impacts on every single person in this country.

      • Josephine says:

        Don’t touch the Great Lakes. Unbridled expansion of humans everywhere comes with a price, as does insisting on a big population, spread out, with plenty of grass and other greenery, in what is essentially a dessert. Developers sold a big lie.

      • meh says:

        Individuals conserving helps but the real problem is the amount of water that goes to farming and livestock in california. Particularly nut growers use a HUGE amount of water here and ship something like 80% of their product to China to sell. Also companies like Nestle are still bottling drinking water here. It’s effed. But yeah Kylie Jenner’s dumb shower is not making much of a difference in comparison.

      • Miran says:

        That makes me so sad. I left Cali almost ten 7 years ago and it was already getting bad then.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Living in LA, I am still seeing tons of useless landscaping with lots of greenery that gets watered by sprinkler systems. It really pisses me off. ENOUGH with the GRASS people (unless you’re smoking it).

        While the rest of California reduces water usage, the area around LA has increased water usage! It makes me all grrrrr!

      • rainbowsandshit says:

        Okay, I live in Australia, in Queensland, in ‘the bush’. We only have tank water. Meaning that if it doesn’t rain, we don’t have any water. We have a large dam on our property to use for the animals and to water paddocks (when we can), but all of our household use water is what we save. I don’t understand why you guys in California can’t at least have slim-line tanks or underground tanks so you can water your gardens and wash cars. You can also use the grey water (ie. the used water from your shower/washing machine) to water your plants and lawns. We have been in this place for 13 years and only had to buy in our water on 4 occasions when we ran out.

    • PrettyBlueFox says:

      I have a feeling that unless the water literally stops flowing out of her shower head, the idea of a water shortage will not compute in her brain. One of those “It doesn’t affect me, therefore it doesn’t exist” mentalities.

    • moo says:

      10% of california’s water is used for almond crop.
      80% of california’s water goes for agriculture.

    • lucy2 says:

      I am appalled anyone would be so wasteful to begin with, but especially in a drought.

    • RedMarine says:

      Coal Seam Gas (CSG) mining also uses a huge amount of water. The US EPA estimate 0.2 – 1.3 megalitres (50,000 to 350,000 gallons) of water is required for EACH hydraulic fracturing of a CSG well.

  6. Bridget says:

    She doesn’t even look like a real person anymore, her face is started to look like something generated by a computer program.

  7. Janie says:

    Seriously? Smh!

  8. taterho says:

    If you add on shower nozzle “extra curricular activities”…even 30 min. is pushing it.

  9. Mylene - Montreal says:

    I don’t understand the fan of this people … How u can like them when they put in your face all the luxures they buy with the money-fan ??? Erggggg

  10. swack says:

    WTF- two hour showers? Doesn’t she know that there is a serious drought going on in California right now? Also, I haven’t worn full face make up since high school and none for at least the last 10 years. Glad I never got into all that makeup stuff. Mascara and blush were the most I ever use.

  11. Lindsey says:

    40 minutes to do her lips & 2 hours to shower???? She is her mother’s daughter. I shudder to think what more is in store. . .

  12. word says:

    Well duh, that’s why she left high school. Who has time for learning when you have lip liner to apply !

    • Lesley says:

      I just can’t imagine raising my daughters to find looks, image and appearance the most (or only) important thing in life. These girls must have zero self esteem as it’s all tied to something that doesn’t last. No matter how much $$, you can’t fight aging or time. They are all going to have the worst time aging. It’s really very sad. I would think I failed as a mother if this lot were my kids

      • Katija says:

        I am Russian, so you better believe that I was raised to believe you don’t leave your house looking like a damn mess, LOL. Hair, nails, makeup, an outfit that matches… my mother taught me all of it, haha. But you BEST BELIEVE it took a backseat to my grades and my education. I can’t wait to have daughters and teach them girly stuff, but if for a second I thought they cared more about their makeup than they did school, their cosmetics bag would go in the fireplace.

    • Size Does Matter says:

      High school dropout with too much money and too much time on her hands. SMH. She should be writing term papers and studying for tests, not perfecting her lipliner routine and selfie pose. I’m so disgusted.

    • Imo says:

      The worst part is that so many teens are successfully doing all of the above. With the Jenner girls it is so easy to forget that most teens are motivated, hardworking and fun loving individuals.

      • Size Does Matter says:

        @Imo, you’re right! Teens can do so much – volunteering, reading, athletics, part-time jobs. But this one is all about vapid, conceited consumerism. Spend, spend, spend! Enhance, enhance, enhance! What a wasted opportunity to influence peers for the better. Instead she’s blythely leading them down the rabbit hole. Is this the American Dream? Instagram followers, endorsements, augmentation, and mansions at 17? Kris and Bruce should be ashamed of themselves, but I doubt they have the capacity.

  13. MandyMillJ. says:

    These people are famous for what exactly? Remember when you had to actually have talent? When you had to actually do something to become famous. The sad thing is this family isn’t going away any time soon. That is sad, but even more sad, this seventeen year old looks like a twenty-five year old. She has absolutely nothing of substance about her.

  14. bettyrose says:

    At 17, you should brush your teeth, throw your hair in a ponytail and bounce outside to greet the world with your glowing youthful perfection.

    • minx says:

      Well, that’s what I was going to say. At that age you have everything going for you.

      • Naddie says:

        Really? At 17 absolutely nothing was going on for me. I’ll always link this age with insecurity, anger, all sort of bad feelings. I’m glad ( and a bit jealous) that people here enjoyed the damn age.

    • BooBooLaRue says:


    • someone says:

      Yep, that’s my teenage daughter. And much of the time she goes out with her pajama pants on. I’ve argued that with her but since all the other girls do too, it’s not worth the fight.

    • paola says:

      and put some deodorant on.

    • OriginalTessa says:

      If you’re feeling sassy, something glossy and smelly from The Body Shop. That was me at 17. Makeup? It would end up on the opposing team’s uniform during my soccer game.

      • TeaAndSympathy says:

        That was my daughter, too. She was (and is) a no-fuss girl, with remnants of the tomboy. On the day of her Year 10 formal, my best friend, a hairdresser and makeup artist, came and put her waist-length hair in a gorgeous up-do, and did her make up. When it came time for applying the mascara, she told my daughter, “I’m a bit shaky, so go to the bathroom and do the mascara yourself.” My daughter dutifully went to the bathroom and all was quiet for five minutes as we waited to see the final result. She exited the bathroom, holding the wand in one hand , the barrel in the other and with a confused look on her face, and said, “Uummmm… What exactly am I supposed to do with this?”

        I wonder if the “40 minutes” is hyperbolic, like the “500 times a day” quote. Why would this Disick character even know how she does all he describes? Ugh. This girl really is looking way older than 17. My daughter is 10 years older and still gets asked for ID if she goes to the bottle shop. Has she done something to her chin/jaw? For some reason, I seem to remember her with a more square face. I don’t know…so many prospects, yet such a wasted life. And I also dread what’s to come when she turns 18, and then 21…

    • Katija says:

      I don’t know if I necessarily agree with this. My 17-year-old niece is very girly and we have mani/pedi and dinner dates about once a month. She flat-irons her hair, and as for makeup, she wears BB cream, mascara with MAYBE a cream shadow on her lids, and Benetint on her cheeks and lips with a splash of Aqualina Pink Sugar. I know this because I was the one who took her to Sephora and taught her what *I* did at her age, haha. I would be surprised if you told me her routine took more than 20 minutes, I’ll ask her.

      I think it’s normal for a 17-year-old to wear some basic makeup. But Kylie is wearing more makeup than I would as an almost-30 woman. THAT’S not normal. At her age I was very girly, but that was when I first started dabbling. Around 15 I became obsessed with fragrance and bath and body products, then 16 was when I started using basics like concealer and mascara. I don’t know if I agree with the ponytail/bare face… plenty of teenage girls wear a little makeup. They DON’T get lip injections and base their whole life around their appearance.

      • jwoolman says:

        When I was in high school back in ancient times (the 1960s), nobody wore makeup during the day except for one girl whose mother ran a beauty shop. She looked like she had a mask on and moved very slowly and deliberately, as though something would crack otherwise. She also was the only one who had her hair done up stiff with hairspray. In college, I don’t remember makeup being typical for anything but going out on weekends and even then many women didn’t wear it. I never did, and I don’t recall feeling any pressure to do so. In my case, though, makeup would be a safety hazard and source of contamination for samples in the lab… (That’s why Star Trek was so laughable for me, alleged female scientists were caked in makeup.) But non-science majors went natural also.

        In grad school and then teaching at a college for a few years, it still was quite normal to not use makeup. Some did, many didn’t. No pressure. I lived in several different states over that time period. I still don’t see that many regular people wearing makeup during daytime hours, for example at the grocery store. I see it mainly on business people.

        My mother, born in the early 1920s, would put on lipstick if she was going out, but wore other stuff only if it was a big night out. I can remember as a child watching her put it on and wondering why she did it, I much preferred the natural color of her lips. Makeup wasn’t used much or at all by women in her mother’s generation, except for stage actresses and prostitutes — we forget that the huge cosmetics industry isn’t that old, probably just about 100 years old now. Movies and then TV pushed the idea that women were supposed to wear makeup all the time, even in bed… As in war, follow the money to see why.

        So this idea that it’s normal for 17 year olds to wear a lot (or even a little) of makeup routinely must be relatively recent. Puts a lot of money into some companies’ pockets, though. Seems like it takes too much time and money to me, but poor Kylie has too much of both. Her life seems boring. It’s peculiar to see kids with so much makeup on, since so often women use it when they want to appear younger.

      • jmho says:

        I wear much less makeup now, at 42, then I did at 17. If I am in the office I will have on tinted moisturizer, mascara and some lip gloss. It is a special day if I put on eyeliner. And I’m not sure the I even own eye shadow. At 17 I would do the whole face (and not well!!!) Maybe you just get more comfortable in your skin as you get older. Most days I walk around with my hair in a messy bun and no makeup. Judge me if you want, but I honestly don’t care what people I don’t know think. :)

      • msw says:

        Hell, I’m in my mid 30s and I nope full makeup. BB cream, mascara and maybe blush. Now that my 1995 eyebrows are in style and my 2015 eyebrows can’t keep up, I use benefits gimme brow beciits ahmaaaazing…. But really, I wear just a little product to convey a professional look, and I get mad if it takes more than 3-4 minutes too put on.

    • Kitten says:

      Yep. I didn’t wear makeup until Freshman year in college.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      So true! I think there is so much fun to be had with make-up, but it is important to think of it as a playful thing, and not a necessity. The idea that a person’s natural state of being is something to be hidden away and ashamed of is really sad!

    • Amanda says:

      Really? I’ve been wearing makeup since I was 13 (I’m 23 now) and I hardly know anyone who doesn’t wear any. I went to elementary school with girls who started wearing makeup at age 9.

  15. FingerBinger says:

    Kylie looks like Snooki.

  16. Jolene says:

    I lecture my boyfriend on the water shortage in Southern California and it sounds like somebody needs to lecture this… girl. Yeah yeah to lecture is a buzzkill, but a WATER CRISIS is a buzzkill you ignorant 2 hour shower whore.

    *I said shower whore, not whore. There’s a difference.

  17. minx says:

    She was a nice looking girl, nothing really special, and now she looks like a 40 year old stripper.

  18. Beckysuz says:

    So I hate watched about five minutes of KUWTK this past Sunday. What I found so strange was how much makeup all those girls had on all the time. CRAZY CRAZY amounts, just thick layers no matter what they were doing. It was bizarre. I can’t imagine having to do that on a daily basis. I don’t think I wore that much makeup on stage when I danced as a teen( jazz/ballet, not pole😳)

    • chick binewski says:

      I agree. Unfortunately it’s impossible to be online and NOT see a picture of a Kardashian and I am always amazed how much crap is on their faces. The eyelashes alone must take hours. And for what? To walk out of a hotel and into an SUV and back again?

      The other day my friend asked me the age-old question ‘why are these girls famous’? I had no answer. They are the most boring, droning, charisma-free group I’ve ever come across. My best guess is that they are tools of Satan sent to bring down mankind.

  19. Jag says:

    She looks like she’s almost 40 years old. I hate to think what she’ll look like in 10 years. Just the upkeep of the fillers and Botox will cause quite a difference in her face; look at Kim to see that!

  20. JenUk says:

    Ermm… Are we also expected to believe that she suddenly grew boobs overnight?! I don’t remember them being that big before… I know she’s young but that’s one quick growth spurt!

    • Zwella Ingrid says:

      I too noticed the overnight boob growth.

      • Joy says:

        She posted a pic from a few months ago where she captioned it “when I was 15 lbs lighter” that way she can blame weight gain for the boobs.

  21. savu says:

    I’m not a shower nazi, but two hours is so wasteful and excessive. Every once in a while I catch myself in there for half an hour and feel guilty. Also, hasn’t California had some kind of bad drought lately? And on a totally material level, that’s gotta dry out your skin so bad.

    • Katija says:

      If you love lounging in there, just fill up a bath! Uses WAY less water than just letting the shower run.

  22. Joy says:

    Her lips are so big now, she’s not even having to get as crazy with the liner. But nobody can convince me her face is all “puberty”. Nobody grows new lips, eyes, cheeks, and chin all the sudden without some help.

  23. Rhiley says:

    In the next year or so, when she conveniently turns 18, a very special video that she made only for Tyga’s eyes, with Tyga, because she is so in love him, will be stolen. The family will feign outrage UNTIL they are offered a cool few million for it. Tyga will then be shutout of the family, and he will threaten to sue for more money, but instead of messy lawsuits, PMK will hand him an additional couple of million to go away forever.

  24. the blonde one says:

    Two hour showers? That actually sounds about right- one hour to get all the make-up off, the second hour to get the ‘I can’t believe my family has been letting my 17 year old ass sleep with a man in his mid-twenties for the past few years’ feeling off

  25. Veritas says:

    How can she deny getting her lips done its so obvious. Her lips used to be really thin before. I wouldnt be surprised if she got a lip complex from her mom cus she said something dumb to her like “you have thin lips u should get them fixed”. 40 minutes of makeup time isn’t going to make ur lips look like that. Girl please.

  26. GPS says:

    Well on her way to becoming her generation’s Jocelyn Wildenstein.

  27. paola says:

    And I really thought she looked so grim. Maybe it isn’t the shower then.
    Her sisters and she always strike me as smelly people.
    Don’t tknow why but maybe is a combination of fake spray tan, hairproducts and tons of make up but they seem like dirty people anyway.

  28. Lucy says:

    …this poor girl.

  29. Veritas says:

    If I were her I would have ran away from home a long time ago.

  30. JenniferJustice says:

    And here I gave up my lavish shower head for the utility company’s air-shower head that conserves water. Feels like a very strong hotel shower.

    Spending that much time on your lips of all things is just such a damn waste. The minute you eat or drink anything, it’s undone….. so why bother?

  31. Carolina says:

    Do rich people not worry about the hot water running out?

  32. maeliz says:

    Why would anyone need a two hour shower? Why does she need a house like that? The family is ridiculous

  33. Nick says:

    I am amazed how she can say that her lips are only liner enhanced. Her previous lips were on the smaller side and now they are two caterpillars.

    I foresee a lot of problems for Kylie, she is too young to be this focused on looking sexy. The next 20 years (at minimum) of her life will only be spent trying to look sexy and get attention for the paparazzi. Thats it. PMK made sure that was the only thing important in her life. Very sad.

  34. Nick says:

    California has water restrictions, right? I guess breaking the water restriction law is child’s play (pun intended) when you are one of the participants in an ongoing statutory rape.

  35. Sayrah says:

    She so wants to be Kim. Her makeup is done just so. I hate to admit it but I was watching an episode of their show and she was talking about how she has the “Kardashian” body and Kendall has the Jenner body. Girl, you’re a Jenner.

    • Kitten says:

      Yeah she idolizes Kim but I think she wants to be Angelina Jolie.

      SO many misguided women try to emulate Angelina’s appearance by getting surgically enhanced, but what they fail to realize is that what makes Angelina so gorgeous is the fact that she was born with that face (and please don’t come at me with the PS accusations) and that is why her face is so stunningly unique.

  36. Mrs. Wellen Melon says:

    Compare her to what Stella Banderas, also 17, looks like.

    Both girls are pretty. Stella looks like a happy 17 year-old Kylie looks like a 35 year-old sex worker.

  37. moo says:

    she has dead eyes.

    • Naddie says:

      Yeah. I notice the same trait on very stupid people. It shows, the person doesn’t even need to speak.

  38. DTX says:

    She reminds me of the movie “Pretty Baby” with Brooke Sheilds. The little girl announces that she’s ready to begin whoring like her mother at like 11 or 12, because that is normal to her since she’s been raised in a brothel. She’s totally okay with it because she is an innocent naive child who doesn’t know any better. That movie was disturbing and sad but it covers a subject that, although tragic and taboo, happens all the time in some form, even in wealthy families like the K-J’s.

    I feel bad for her, no snark at all. I look back at how strict my parents were at that age and am profoundly grateful at the things their restrictions saved me from, even though it ticked me off back then. I probably would have started having sex & drinking a lot younger when I wasn’t emtionally ready for any of it. I love my mommy & daddy…because they loved me enough to be REAL parents.

  39. Kitten says:

    Well I know that’s what I wear when I work-out.

    Anyone else?

  40. Style Spy says:

    Just read the headline so far … but there are children in Africa who cannot get access to clean water to drink AND kids who can’t go to school because they literally have to spend the day walking to and from a dam or stream to collect water for the entire family (they walk back and forth all day with buckets)

    Clean, running water is a blessing.


  41. Tough Cookie says:

    I want to take a two hour shower every time I read about this family.

    I dread the day she turns 18 and decides to “break the Internet” a la Kim…

  42. moon says:

    i sometimes spend 2hrs getting ready to look perfect when im on my day off and before work i can squeeze into an hour (40mins make up 5 min to put my clothes on and 15 to do hair).if she wants she can do her lipline even for two weeks,who cares let others live…

    • jwoolman says:

      Reminds me of one summer when I was 16 and had to get up at what I still consider an ungodly hour for Driver’s Ed. One girl in our car was just as unawake as I was, but her whole face was encased in makeup. I couldn’t imagine what an even ungodlier hour she had to roll out of bed at to manage that…. Although I saw an infomercial for some kind of makeup (mineral based, I think) that claimed you could get the routine down to ten minutes with practice. So as with everything, it depends on how organized you are. I have enough trouble dealing with necessary bodily functions, washing essential parts, combing my hair, and brushing my teeth in a reasonable time period, and I’m not speeding up with age!

  43. Cara says:

    This kid looks like a Bratz doll- not good.

  44. SnowGlow says:

    LMAO at her still trying to convince us those lips are natural.

    • me says:

      Yeah lip liner can’t make your lips puffy like that. The side angle gives it all away. This family thinks the public is incredibly stupid. Kim is probably still denying butt injections and facial work. Yeah it’s all natural…sure.

  45. Pegasus says:

    What a kurse to be born into that family, and to spend your adolescence worshipping at the altar of Kartoonbutt.

  46. Katija says:

    If beauty is your goal, a 2-hour shower is the opposite of what you want to achieve. Ask your dermatologist. Hot water strips moisture out of the skin. I’ve been trying to go lukewarm and get in and out as expediently as possible while still getting all of my conditioning/shaving/exfoliating rituals done… and feeling clean, of course. Honestly, turning the water down and picking up the pace has made a noticeable difference – I’m less dry. (Slathering on coconut oil helps too)

  47. Redheadwriter says:

    She’s ripping up the hardwood floors on that house! UGH!

  48. L says:

    So I guess she hasn’t applied to college yet?

  49. Bea says:

    Eh.. What else is she going to do?

  50. Dirty Martini says:

    Is it bad that I truly don’t know, can’t tell, and don’t care which one is Kylie and which one is Kendall?

  51. boredblond says:

    The practical side of my brain thinks she must have one great water heater. I’m not sure what I’d even do for two hours in the shower..

    • me says:

      She’s probably so happy Kim did the disgusting things she did to make this family rich and famous. Now Kylie doesn’t have to do a menial 9 to 5 job or get an education. She can just take selfies all day and enjoy her materialistic life. At some point, that life has got to be boring. Don’t these people want anything more out of life?

  52. Angel says:

    someone said it earlier and I’ll say it again… this is the epitome of ‘self loathing’. Lord, help her…

  53. Doc says:

    Well the two hour showers explain California’s water shortage… Good for her for advertising that…

  54. Nicolette says:

    So a 17 year old with no education and no obvious talent owns a home worth 2.7 mil? Wow! Where did I go wrong? And those lips make her look like one of those plush toys with suction cups that you stick on the inside of a car window. Wait, maybe I shouldn’t say that. PMK might get an idea and then we’ll be seeing these girls in toy form stuck to people’s windows while driving. Is there no end to this madness?

  55. moomoo says:

    Is that a cow udder hanging between her thighs in the last mattress pic? Not making a creative joke here — do my eyes deceive me?

    • snowflake says:

      looks like it…?

    • jwoolman says:

      Looks like a cow’s udder to me, too. Is it a gag exercise thing? Maybe something you squeeze between your thighs? Why would she be using it while unpacking a mattress?

  56. Iheartgossip says:

    Please, please PLEASE let the 2 hour shower be fake. The entire family is trash; but to trash the environment while trying to wash the Tyga skank off her isn’t right.

  57. Vampi says:

    I don’t want to live on this planet anymore.
    SOOOO glad my kids are grown since this crap is all in todays teens faces. Disgusting. Sexualizing teens. WT…!!!!!

  58. jlee says:

    I want this little trick dropped off in an impoverished country for a year so she can snap out of it. Her preening & navel gazing is disgusting. Actually, send the whole vapid family.

    • word says:

      Kim is going to Armenia next month. She said in an interview she needs to go back to her black hair JUST because she’s going to Armenia. I don’t know why she said that. There are blonde people in Armenia too. Anyways, I wonder if the Armenia trip is a family trip sponsored and paid for by E for their show? Hopefully these spoiled brats will learn a thing or two while there.

      • Hannah says:

        Just an excuse to go back to black because she knows the blonde looks awful and just did it for attention/to hide her plastic surgery.

  59. Aubree says:

    It’s crazy to think that I am a 27yr woman and I have taken less then 20 selfies in my life. It doesn’t do anything for me. My outlook might be very different if I had access to a camera phone when I was 17.

  60. Anastasia says:

    I can’t even begin to imagine how spoiled this child is.

  61. Twinkle says:

    I find her so disturbing. She’s so young and so desperate to be a sex pot like her 34 year of sister. It’s disturbing and gross and really sad. Where are the parents? Her values are so skewed.

  62. locheed04 says:

    Enjoy your youth, sweetheart, you will be looking rough in about 5 years.

  63. Justaposter says:

    Oh gah for what I am about to say….

    Not buying the 2 hour shower story. Think abut it, we have never seen this girl look like a prune ever.

    I can buy that it takes 2 hours to get ready, because what else is she going to be doing?
    I need more coffee…I cannot believe that I actually posted on this topic!

  64. K.B. says:

    Men can’t be trusted to gauge the actual length of time it takes to get ready. I get that this post is just an excuse for grown women to trash a teenager (not that I’m a fan of anyone Kardashian/Jenner or anyone dumb enough to voluntarily spend time around them), but still.

    I wish I had the water heater capability, the funds, and the time to take 2 hour showers.

    • Geekychick says:

      I wish our planet would have enough resources to make 2 hour showers okay.
      And I wish people would think about all the children dying of thirst before talking about how they’d like to get two hour showers.