Kylie Jenner tells her sisters they need to have a big think about 'the beauty standards' they set
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There's no denying Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie have an enormous sway with fashion trends.
If they wear something, then everyone wants to wear it.
If they do their hair a certain way, loads of people will copy.
It's the same with their make-up routine, their diets, their workouts, the way they have their nails...we could go on.
They have a combined following on Instagram alone of more than 1.5 billion users, so it's safe to say their reach is incredibly global.
However, the famous Kardashian-Jenner sisters have been criticized for setting near impossible beauty standards.
They've been accused of photoshop fails on some of their Instagram posts for seemingly having perfect complexions or incredible physiques.
But it seems that Kylie has had enough and has warned her sisters to question what they're doing.
In a new trailer for season three of The Kardashians, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan said: "All of us just need to have a bigger conversation about the beauty standards that we're setting."
She says elsewhere in the trailer that she doesn't want her daughter, Stormi, to do any of the things she did.
While it's unclear what that specifically refers to, it's obvious she wants to set a good example for the next generation of kids.
People in the comments section of the YouTube video were shocked and amazed that Kylie would send such a message.
One user wrote: "Kudos to Kylie for finally stepping up to her sisters to talk about the beauty standards they're setting. Didn't think they'd ever mention that."
Another added: "Kylie talking about beauty standard is the highlight for me."
A third said: "I’ll be really interested to see just how deep the conversation about beauty standards actually goes. I would really like to see them being more open about the work that they have done."
Kylie recently revealed she hasn't had nearly as much cosmetic work as some people think.
In her interview with Homme Girls she said: “I think a big misconception about me is that I’ve had so much surgery on my face and that I was some insecure person, and I really wasn’t!"
“Yeah, I love full lips and wanted full lips, but growing up I was always the most confident person in the room.
"I was the girl performing for everyone.
"I had my one lip insecurity thing, so I got lip filler, and it was the best thing I’ve ever done.
"I don’t regret it. But I always thought I was cute.”