Kylie Jenner Stars Nip + Fab Beauty Campaign: 'KUWTK' Displays Curvaceous Body

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 14, 2016 12:04 AM EST
Kylie Jenner

IN PHOTO: Television personality Kylie Jenner poses at the second annual Diamond Ball fundraising event in Santa Monica, California December 10, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

It was in March last year when Kylie Jenner was chosen to be the spokesperson of the skincare line Nip + Fab. But, in spite of endorsing facial care, fans of the 18-year-old focus more on her body as she revealed her racy photo shoot for the brand.

"KUWTK" star stunned everyone in her cleavage-baring ensemble with sheer black turtleneck long sleeves, which was a signature Kardashian style. She revealed her dark bra paired with the same hue fitted pants that displayed her enviable behind, Hollywood Life reported.

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The ambassadress was wearing an eyeshadow, false eyelashes and her famous nude lipstick. She, indeed, has a perfect and flawless skin with the help of her favourite Dragon's Blood Fix Plumping Serum, courtesy of the U.K. brand.

Furthermore, PeopleStyle added Kylie exhibited her sophisticated look and style by donning a nude, body-hugging dress that showed her curvaceous body. In spite of being seen donning sexy outfits on every red carpet events, the girlfriend of Tyga made a perfect choice by wearing these attires for Nip + Fab to emphasize her fair white skin and simple, natural makeup.

Meanwhile, this was not the first time that these pictures of the model surfaced online as her photographer Kat Page and her hairstylist, Scot Cunha, both shared her snap on their Instagram pages. The photographs, too, is now part of Nip + Fab's campaign and posted on its official website.

Additionally, it was just in 2015 since Kylie tried to venture in the beauty industry. She's been with Nip + Fab in the said year and amazed of its fine lines and imperfections products, although she was just 18 years old.  

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