Kylie Jenner left her fans in amazement after she shared pictures of herself in a swimsuit embracing the figure as she enjoyed a day at the lake.
The 24-year-old makeup mogul set out on a boat on Lake Powell, an artificial body of water on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona.
She looked happily happy as she lay on the white boat, and behind her stretched wide clear blue waves as she leaned back.
The mother of two put her dark hair in a slicked-back bundle and black Matrix-style sunglasses that wrapped around her face.
She kept the makeup to a minimum and adorned the silver earrings and diamond-encrusted rings that matched her outfit.
Jenner was left with a theme with a bright solid product that could be considered blue or silver that shone in the sunlight when she posed for a photo.
The star put her elbows aboard the boat and leaned her shoulders against the hull as she tilted her head to the side and showed off her impressive jaw line.
The swimsuit was high above her hips, and the neckline was pulled low on her chest and exposed her famous curves.
In another photo, she put her hand to her neck and showed off her perfectly groomed bright pink false nails.
In the third she took off her sunglasses and closed her eyes while sitting aboard the boat, the brown jagged face of the rock created the perfect backdrop to highlight the reality star.
Another shot showed her from afar as she posed on her lap, basking in Colorado before going skating with her friends.
She uploaded photos for her 343 million subscribers, the first of which was written “life on the lake”, and the second she wrote “corners” with smileys.
Fans were surprised by her pin-up photo and left Instagram stars compliments in the comments.
One wrote, “So beautiful,” and another added, “You’re amazing!”
An avid follower also left, “Wow, Queen.”
The star, who became famous after her family became famous for “Keeping up with the Kardashians”, has its own brand of swimwear, but fans ridiculed her for her poor quality clothes and frail sensations.
Many have turned to YouTube and TikTok to express their concerns, but the line is still profitable.
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