This is how much it costs to be Kylie Jenner
Hint: It’s…a lot
Whether you know her as King Kylie or just the girl with the big lips, everyone has to admit Kylie has probably the most glamorous life we've ever witnessed. The baby Jenner is constantly jetting across the country in her Balenciaga totting a Birkin bag to make a new lip-kit pop-up shop or model for GQ or something. And while we could hate her for her fabulous life being famous, it's much more fun to eyeball her every move and wonder what it would be like to be a Kardashian sister. Like, how much money would that all cost? Or the real question: How much does Kylie Jenner's plastic surgery cost?
We did an in-depth investigation into how much Kylie Jenner spends every year and honestly the results will have you sobbing. I'm never going to be glam, apparently.
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Kylie admitted on Keeping Up With The Kardashians she gets natural lip injections from Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Simon Ourian. According to the Daily Mail, his injections vary in price from $1,900-$3,900 and must be done every 2-4 months. Based on these numbers, Kylie spends between $5,700 and $23,400 a year on her lips alone.
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Kylie gets her spray tans done by Jimmy Coco at $350 a tan. If she gets a tan once a week, that's $18,200 a year.
Kylie and her sisters have Anastasia Soare of Anastasia Beverly Hills, a famous salon and beauty brand, shape their eyebrows for $100 a pop. If she gets them done every week, that's $5,200 a year.
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According to Refinery29, Kylie’s natural hair is estimated to cost between $1,500 and $4,000 a year, depending on the exact services she receives. However, she also owns a variety of wigs created by Tokyo Stylez, which cost between $600 and $5,000 each.
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It's difficult to estimate how much Kylie spends on her nails, but she is known for working with nail artists Kimmie Kyees and Britney Tokyo. Britney charges $125 for gel art. Kimmie is more difficult to price, but she is famous for lavish manicures – like Rihanna's $5,000 Grammy's manicure made out of gold. If Kylie paid $125 a week on nails, she spends about $6,500 a year.
It's basically impossible to calculate the worth of Kylie's closet. But if her last few Instagram posts are any indication of how much she spends on everyday outfits, it's a lot. This casual overall look is actually worth over $57,000.
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Even less jeweled outfits are still incredibly expensive. This outfit she was caught wearing by the paps is worth over $3,000.
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According to New York Times, Kylie uses a face wash sold in-office by her dermatologist, Christie Kidd. She also likely gets facials and laser hair removal here. While these prices are private, we're sure it costs a pretty penny.
Currently, Kylie owns three properties in Los Angeles. She is currently renovating her $12 million Hidden Hills home and renting a Beverly Hills home while construction is underway. The rent in her Beverly Hills home is $125,000 a month. If she rents for a year, that's $1.5 million.
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Quite honestly, I don't want to know what her renovations cost.
Kylie owns a fleet of cars: a customized Land Rover, three Ferraris, a Mercedes Mayback, a Rolls Royce, and a Mercedes G-Wagon. She might honestly have more, we aren't 100% sure. According to our estimates, the average insurance price per vehicle would be about $3,500 a year. That's $24,500 a year to insure her cars. She will also need car repairs and oil changes. The average oil change for a Ferrari is about $400. If we assume that's the price for an oil change in each car and on average she changes the oil in each car two times a year, that's $6,400 in oil alone.
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I can't even imagine how much repairs on the vehicles cost.
Kylie regularly works out with the Kardashian family's favorite personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson. His six-week workout program costs $15,000. If Kylie trains with Gunnar year-round, she spends about $130,000 on his services.
If we add up all the prices we know for sure, Kylie spends about $345,000 a year just to exist. That's a lot of lip kits. And this doesn't include major purchases, rent on her Beverly Hills homes, basically her entire closet, and any secret upkeep she does on her appearance.
Kylie, I admire your style but you've low-key made me hate capitalism. Time to go dig my four-year-old eos egg out of my nasty Target cross-body and pretend like one day I'll be glamorous.
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