Kylie Jenner defended by fans as cruel trolls slam her after she debuts ‘natural’ look
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Kylie Jenner was rocking the 'natural' look during the Simone Rocha and Jean Paul Gaultier show at Paris Fashion Week yesterday (24 January).
She has since been defended by fans after cruel trolls on social media slammed her after debuting her 'natural' look.
Now, while it should not be a big deal whatsoever if celebs decide to wear a load of make-up or not during public events - it's clear some parts of the internet aren't as kind as others when it comes to criticising young women in the spotlight.
The video has since been doing its rounds across social media with many rushing in to share their thoughts on Kylie's visage.
One X user penned: "We’re seeing in real time what long term filler usage does as you age."
A second hit out: "Looks like her face is falling apart."
"Filler migrates," explained a third. "In other words it MOVES. So where it was one placed, it will eventually end up somewhere else and this makes you look disfigured, older or different."
Many fans, however, stood up for Kylie and slammed the nasty comments.
"No. She just got older. As people usually do," pointed out one, while a second asked: "Her face looks normal to me. Is there something specific we should be looking at?"
A third stated: "I don't see any problems here??? SHE'S AGEING LIKE A FINE WINE!"
"What’s wild is she looks normal but y’all are so used to Facetune that you forget it's perfectly normal to have shadows on your face when 100 different cameras and 100 different flashes are on your face," explained a fourth.
"She looks her age! What y’all saying?" questioned another.
A final X user echoed: "Everyone that is calling Kylie Jenner out for having skin that they deem as 'old for her age' is proof that women cannot age without being discarded and labeled as expired.
"We do not hold these same beliefs to men and it is incredibly frustrating to see."
Couldn't have said it better myself.