Kylie Jenner Resolves to Wear Less Makeup in 2016, But Is Happy to Sell You More of It

01/13/2016 at 10:03 AM ET

Kylie Jenner and a face full of makeup pretty much go hand in hand. Even if the reality star’s most recent successes didn’t stem from the launch of her own lipstick line, her 2.5 hour daily routine to get ready basically redefines the term beauty junkie. Which is also why her New Year’s resolution seems to come totally out of left field.

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In a new video on her website and app, Jenner breaks down her New Year’s resolutions, confessing that in 2016 she’d like to start scaling way back on her makeup and start embracing a more natural vibe. In the video, the 18-year-old says, “I kind of want to tone it down. I feel like 2016, everyone’s on the natural wave, at least me and my friends. I just want to take my nails off, no hair, no makeup. It’s too much to maintain, sometimes. It’s hard being a girl.” We feel you, especially when you’re a girl who gets photographed non-stop and loves to change up your wig game every other day.

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However, as part of her “new year, new you” mentality, King Kylie also just debuted a blunt lob on Snapchat, so perhaps we won’t be seeing quite so many technicolor extensions in 2016, and a whole lot more of the teen’s naturally luxurious locks, which would certainly up the ease factor on her daily maintenance.

But just because Kylie’s ditching her fake eyelashes and contouring kits doesn’t mean she thinks the rest of you should also go the au naturel route. While the Lip Kit queen is paring down her cosmetics bag for the new year, she’s hoping to ramp up all of yours. In an Instagram post on Tuesday, she announced that she will be launching three all new lip kit colors in honor of Valentine’s Day. Get your credit cards ready now because if the first few rounds of Lip Kit purchasing pandemonium were any indication, things are about to get dire.

Think Kylie can stick to her “tone it down” makeup resolution? Are you excited for the Kylie Lip Kit 2.0? Sound off below!

–Emily Kirkpatrick

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ann low on

4 stories about the Kardashian/jenner circus in the first few minutes you scroll down. okay People what do these bozo’s have on you. if you would bother and read your comments you would see most people can’t stand these fameho’s

Me on

Why don’t you wear less lip and less clothes!

Mare on

She is not a “beauty maven”. She doesn’t create any of these products, lip kits, hair extensions, etc. she merely gets paid to put her name on a product.

Robin on

She is a beautiful young woman who is a very smart at branding herself and her products. If you don’t like Kylie, stop reading about her. I think it’s terrible how you haters bully an 18 year old. She also has millions of fans and is laughing all the way to the bank. Kylie should feel very proud of herself for all her accomplishments.

Lori on

She wears WAY too much foundation.

rubyovertherainbow* on

She looks better

rubyovertherainbow* on

She looks better.

Katie on

People magazine needs to get a new web Editor and a new (paper) magazine Editor. The stories are ALL crime stories, people dying, or Kardashian ads. I don’t give a S*** about your stupid local crime stories! 1) thug football coach makes the moves on a girl (who cares!) 2) thug tries to steal a baby in a store (who cares!) 3) two stories about “Making of a Murderer” 4) white trash pastor raping a 12 year old 5) guy who stabbed his friend 70 times (who cares!) 6) an ad for a sweatshirt 7) a fake story about Al Jazera (who cares!) 8) another person dying and begging for money 9) 2 Kardashian stories. STOP!!! Years ago, People used to ONLY have stories about A-list celebrities and feel good stories about regular people. Now its all crime, death, and Kardashian/Duggars. Awful.

Sami on

Please STOP with the non-stop crime coverage and Kardashian minute-by-minute updates. If I want to know about crime, I’ll watch CNN’s Nancy Grace. There is ZERO celebrity news on this website now. Tired of the local crime filler you guys just cut and paste from other websites. Looking at it right now 1) this thug criminal 2) another thug man trying to steal a baby 3) two stories about “Making a Murderer” 4) white trash Pastor who raped a 16-year-old in another country 5) loser actor with a DUI 6) guy who stabbed his friend 70 times. 7) Then we have 2 Kardashian stories, ads about a sweatshirt 8) stupid filler story about Al Jazera (like anyone cares!) and 9) yet another person dying (tired of the GO FUND ME B.S.!) . Your web Editor and the paper (magazine) Editor need to be fired. You have ZERO celebrity news. For 30 years People was ONLY about A-list celebrities and feel good stories about ordinary people. Now it’s just crime, Duggars/Kardashians, dying people begging for money constantly. I don’t care about any of this $ hit! You have no journalists- just cutting and pasting crime stories from other newspapers, and then you steal days old stories from TMZ and the UK’s Daily Mail.

Di on

It’s ok to be 18 years old and act and look like an 18 year old should. In my opinion, it sends a much more positive message about body image. In 15 _ 20 years, she will be wishing for 18 again. At the moment, there doesn’t appear to be much that is natural about her. I wish her the best as she reaches out to embrace her natural beauty.

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