Whether she's trying out different hair colors or being named one of TIME's most influential teens, it seems like Kylie Jenner's every move is documented. While the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star grew up in the spotlight alongside her family, her latest project has her going solo -- and opening up about life behind the headlines.
After sharing a cover in 2012 with her sister Kendall, Kylie is gracing the cover of Teen Vogue all by herself. The 17-year-old and her friends hung out in a California desert for a shoot the magazine described as having a "'Mad Max’-meets-Coachella vibe.” In the interview, Kylie gets personal where she talks about appreciating her sisters, doing her makeup and handling her haters.
Teen Vogue’s May issue hits stands on April 28. Scroll down for photos of Kylie and head over to TeenVogue.com for more.
On her famous sisters:
"Having sisters is the best. I have a different relationship with each of them. I go to Kim for fashion advice, Khloé is always boy and family advice, and Kourtney is like another mother to me.”
On (sometimes) going all out when it comes to her makeup:
"I never really wear makeup unless I need to because when I do my makeup I like to really do my makeup. So I'm never going to spend just 20 minutes, you know? A good night out is, like, two and a half hours for full makeup, curling hair, whatever. I love false lashes -- individuals, strips, extensions."
On leaving the nest soon:
"I'm moving out when I turn 18. I'm ready to live on my own. It's a really big step, but I'm ready. I wanted a house near my family in a quiet neighborhood with a front yard and a backyard that my dog will like. Also, I have so many shoes, and none of them fit in my old closet."
On choosing who to follow on Instagram:
"I can't say who I'm really obsessed with. [laughs] I follow all these fashion blogs that are cool and inspire me. I'm not really obsessed with anyone except for the people that I like romantically. I get excited when they post. Sometimes I like to stalk my exes."
On dealing with hate comments:
"Today I posted my Instagram picture three different times. I kept deleting it and re-posting it because I kept looking at the comments and they were bad comments. And I was like, 'Ahhh!' and I kept re-posting it. The people who take the time to write these comments are so mean and hateful, like they just want to come at you and hurt you."
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