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21 April 2015, 15:35
What the hell, guys?
The trend, which comes from people on social media sucking on containers and glasses to achieve "fuller" lips, is a response to Kylie Jenner's ever-changing facial features.
People participating in the 'Kylie Jenner Challenge' are replicating effects they believe can be achieved with various suction cup products available on the market. Except they're shunning the $20 price tag and going for household products to disastrous results.
Now, far be it from Popbuzz to tell people what to do with their faces. But this has officially crossed over into the territory of things no one should be doing. Like, ever.
First thing is first. The Kylie Jenner Challenge is dangerous and not hot. You suck on a bottle for 5 minutes, say "Oh my God" and then take a selfie. We covered ways to become internet famous and this is, by far, one of the dumbest ways to get attention on social media.
Glass bottles break, guys. Glass cuts. Cuts are bad.
Kylie Jenner is a rich child with little parental supervision. There is no way she is sucking on bottles, waiting for Tyga to pick her up so they can go to the movies.
Instead of doing this horrible thing to your face, why not watch one of the many Kylie Jenner inspired makeup and hair tutorials to achieve similar better results.
Smarties, you change the world by being YOURSELF! There's no need for the #KylieJennerChallenge. Also, it's dangerous + please don't do it— AmyPoehlerSmartGirls (@smrtgrls) April 21, 2015
Instead of horribly disfiguring yourselves, you could try loving yourself enough to pass on this particular trend. There are tons of makeup tricks girls can use to enhance their features if need be. But there is no need because everyone looks great and we are all special snowflakes.
Don't do this crazy thing, please. Remember, guys. Popbuzz loves you and we don't want you to end up like this guy. Yiiiiiikes!
how long are we gonna talk about this lip thing lmao— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) October 28, 2014