The Kardashian's met gala unedited pictures Vs edited pictures posted on their social media pages.
The Kardashian-Jenner family are known for their extraordinary lifestyle. Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie are the ones many women look to for inspiration. They are the trend setters. From their hair and make up to their fashion sense and even thier homes and lifestyle. Even celebrities across the world copy their looks. Especially Kim's.
However the pictures posted on their Instagram page are edited ones, they look super airbrushed and so model like. Their real skin however is just like everyone else where make up sets into the creases of the face and the texture is normal.
Check out these non edited pictures of the Kardashian's including Kris Jenner at the met gala Vs the the edited pictures posted on their Instagram page.
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