Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Kendall Jenner praised for talking about her acne at Golden Globes

Kendall Jenner praised for talking about her acne at Golden Globes

Kendall Jenner, the second-youngest daughter of the Kardashian-Jenner family, looked absolutely stunning as she stepped out on the red carpet for the Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018. "When a Twitter user called Daisy praised her, saying: "[Kendall] showing up and strutting her acne while looking like a gorgeous star is what every girl needs to understand", the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star retweeted it with an awesomely inspirational reply.

Close-up pictures of Kendall's face were shared online with people mocking her skin but she was having none of it.

However, instead of not attending the event because of acne, she chose to show up anyway and inspire others not to hide their attractive faces when experiencing a bad day.

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But Kendall has insisted that she won't let comments about her problem skin damage her confidence, by spreading the message to fans that they should "never let that sh*t stop you". Just a year ago rumors surfaced after she hosted a Facebook Live show where she let Kylie do her makeup.

In 2015, Kendall revealed her spots made her feel like an "outcast" during her teenage years.

"Ok but "I'm so glad (you) have no shame in something EVERYONE goes through". "I used to read comments about my face, my skin, my nose, my eyes, and even my beauty marks people didn't approve of". It completely ruined my self-esteem.

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Kendall could have taken the insults to heart, but instead she chose to take the high road.

Fans loved the model's candid and confident response. "Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it", she wrote at the time.

'I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them. "Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys". A third added: "As a performer that's struggled with acne my whole life, I applaud you for typing this".

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