What a time to be Kylie Jenner. The youngest sibling in the Jenner/Kardashian clan turned out to be even more enterprising than some of her sisters. She created the Lip Kit by Kylie so fans could emulate her manufactured pout and broke the Internet with it —or at least the site where the kit is being sold. “So the Internet has been broken lol,” she posted in a nod to her sister’s nude Paper Magazine cover. “But everybody stand by. There are so many people on the site right now we are having some tech issues! We are working on it.” Issues were fixed and in thirty minutes, all three shades of her lipstick and liner were completely sold out.
The kit is now selling for ten times the retail price on eBay. But don’t worry: she’s launching new colors for Christmas. “I’m so sad they sold out so fast,” she tweeted. “Don’t be upset! This isn’t exclusive. There is more to come & still a chance to buy before Christmas! Stay tuned. I love you guys.”
And if you thought her Instagram photos and Snapchat videos were risqué, you’ll be floored by her new shoot for Interview Magazine. The feature finds Kylie posing seductively in leather corsets, assless chaps and, inexplicably, on a golden wheelchair.
In the interview, she opens up about not having a childhood, social media anxiety and plans to raise her family on a farm when she turns 30:
On not reading the comments on social media:
“I always just try to stay sane and not read comments. It’s hard though. You get interested. I’m young and I’m a girl, so, when I post something, I want to see what people are saying or what they think of my photos. I’ve found it better if you don’t read anything and you just always stay off that track.”
On not having a childhood:
“I’m just trying to not lose myself through this process, because I feel like I’ve already lost parts of me, like, my youth. I feel like I’m going to look back and be like, ‘Damn, I wish I could’ve just been a kid and done normal teenage stuff that my friends get to do.’ But it also is a blessing, and I’ve done so many things that most 35-year-old women still haven’t done. You can look at anything glass-half-full or whatever. Like, yesterday I realized that I’m 18, I’m a female, and I have accomplished so much. I live in a beautiful home and I work really hard, so I’m just grateful.”
On being bullied:
“Pretty much ever since I was 9, since the show started, there’s been so much bullying towards me. Like, every single day I see something negative about me. And it’s just completely torn me apart. I feel like I’ve lost so many amazing traits because I’ve listened to stupid people, ignorant people who are bullies.”
See all the images and read the full interview here.