Despite her face appearing significantly different from when we first met Kim Kardashian in the early 2000s, the beauty mogul denies having facial fillers.
The Skims founder sat down with Allure recently, where she revealed that she has gotten Botox injections in her face but has never received fillers of any kind.
“I’ve never had eyelash extensions. I’ve never done anything. I have a drop of mascara on today. I’ve never filled my cheeks. I’ve never filled my lips,” the 41-year-old maintained.
This is not the first time that Kanye West’s ex-wife has denied having work done to her face. Kardashian says she has never obtained a nose job, even though her nose is drastically different from years ago. Yet, she attributes the change to heavy makeup and contouring.
Her comments are interesting considering that she recently revealed to the New York Times that she’d be willing to consume feces if it kept her looking youthful. Though she told Allure that she was “kind of joking,” she says she’d be open to it if it were proven without a doubt to keep her looking young.
Social media wasted no time calling out Kim K for claiming that she was mostly a natural beauty. One Twitter user wrote, “Do whatever treatments you like but don’t lie about it.”
You know what’s most sad about Kim Kardashian and her family’s obsession with their looks? That they’re passing this onto their kids.
Can’t believe Allure even stooped to publishing Kim’s lies that she’s all natural. Do whatever treatments you like but don’t lie about it
— 🇺🇦 (@7Kellx) July 7, 2022
The deceit here is breathtaking. The long term harm these people have done to girls, women, popular social discourse is staggering, all the while reaping billions of dollars. That your magazine feels it needs to be complicit is just cynical and money grabbing on top.
— angela voulangas (@angvou) July 7, 2022
Kim Kardashian is not the only one of her sisters to tell a small fib about their cosmetic work. Younger sister Kylie Jenner previously came clean about receiving lip injections after lying for years about having had the procedure.