Kylie Jenner Goes All Pink on Magazine Cover


Kylie Jenner has literally transformed into a pink doll. It was only a matter of time until an Instagram pic of Kylie made its way onto the cover of a magazine.

She has got her fair share of magazines. The folks at Paper took it one step into the future, while creating their own photograph for the magazine’s latest cover.

The magazine declared it “The Next Jenneration with Kylie Jenner.”


After a few glances, one would realize the photo is actually of Kylie on the magazine cover. She is in a bright pink lipstick and matching plastic wig.

Wow wow wow my @papermagazine COVER (😱) on newsstands 4/12. This is so amazing. Photographed by @erikmadiganheck styled by @rushkabergman #YOUth (and yes my eyes and lips are edited to look bigger) 💙

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One might feel that she has completely distorted her face. But before that, on Instagram, she clarified that her “eyes and lips are edited to look bigger.

The magazine’s “YOUth” issue is hitting newsstands on April 12. It highlights young creatives and “the art, music, fashion and entertainment leaders of today (and tomorrow).

According to MTV there isn’t anyone better that her to lead the lot.

She is known for her never-boring and ever-changing hair. They are literally bubblegum pink and plastic.

On the other hand, the much-discussed pout of Kylie also looks larger than life and has been digitally enhanced. Apparently it would look like that she came from the future.

It seems as if she’s having fun and totally in on the joke, says TeenVogue. She is giving people something to talk about, as people can’t stop talking about her looks.

The magazine chose Kylie for their “YOUth” Issue because they couldn’t “think of anyone better to be on the cover.”

“She’s literally grown up on our screens since she was 9 years old, in that spirit, we turned to our phones for our cover story, asking fans and followers to send questions to us via Instagram DMs,” they said.

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