Kendall Jenner Photoshops Her Waist And Hips To Look Curvier On Social Media? THESE Before And After Pictures Have Got Fans Curious

Is Kendall Jenner fooling her followers by photoshopping her waist and hips to look curvier? Check out these shocking pictures

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Kendall Jenner Photoshops Her Waist And Hips To Look Curvier On Social Media? THESE Before And After Pictures Have Got Fans Curious
The youngest one of the Kardashian-Jenner clan - Kendall Jenner - is widely loved for her beauty and a perfectly-toned and body. Well, the reality TV star often comes at the receiving end of troll or criticism for some of the other reasons. Now, a set of Kendall's viral pictures have got fans thinking the otherwise. After having a glance at them, fans are wondering if the model photoshops her picture to appear even slimmer and curvier. Adding fuel to the fire is the comparison between her pictures.

In a streak of collages shared by the account, the first side of every picture sees Kendall Jenner's pictures that are usually posted on her Instagram account. Well, we are talking about her mirror selfies in bikinis, shorts and dresses. The other side of those pictures, however, belongs to Kendall’s official photoshoots. Well, the difference between them is while the first half sees Kendall’s waist slimmer and hips bigger, while the next side sees her hip and waist appear quite similar when it comes to inches.

Fans, too, shared their feedback. A user wrote, "She doesn’t edit the waist she edits her hips make them more rounded and slightly bigger," while another added, "she already has a small waist, idk why she edits sm," "Trust me reality was photoshopped too," read one more comment.

Take a look:


In the past, Kendall was accused of photoshopping her picture at a black lives matter protest. The model, however, denied all those claims. Read the full story here. 


image source: instagram/kendalljenner
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