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HOUSTON, TX - APRIL 18: Kyle Jenner looks at her phone before Game Two of the first round of the Western Conference playoffs at Toyota Center on April 18, 2018 in Houston, Texas.

Kylie Jenner Says She Doesn't Want You to See Her Search History!

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By Alyssa McCraw

Kylie Jenner was one of many celebs that took to Instagram Live on Friday (and thus proceeded to spill the tea). Although Jenner's jaunt was also a business matter, raising money for DoorDash's campaign supporting Feeding America, the makeup mogul was also there to take fan questions.

Jenner, 22, is the mother of 2-year-old daughter Stormi Webster whom she shares with rapper Travis Scott (real name Jacques Berman Webster II). Unsurprisingly, most of the questions fired at Kylie asked about the future growth of her famed family.

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Kylie Jenner sits aside Stormi in a photo shared celebrating her daughter's second birthday; February, 2020.
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It seems Kylie is trying to (literally) one-up momager Kris Jenner when it comes the production of predecessors.

“I want seven kids down the line, but not right now. Pregnancy is just not a joke. It’s a serious thing and it’s hard. I’m not ready for that just yet.”

Wowza! In the meantime, though, Kylie detailed how she was keeping little Stormi occupied amidst their California kwarantine quarantine.

“I have bought Stormi all of the outdoor games possible, a bouncy house, a slip and slide, everything," she said.

Kylie Jenner beams with joy as she lifts Stormi up on the airfield before heading out on the Kylie Skin summer trip; July, 2019.
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"She’s been outside every day. I’m trying to keep her entertained. As a kid, she has no idea what’s going on in life. It’s amazing.”

After topics of childbearing came to a close, the conversation shifted into a fun few rounds of "would you rather." One fan asked the reality star if she would rather stop using or cell phone forever, or, have the world be able to see what is on said phone - and Jenner's response was rather interesting.


“In my particular case, I would never use a cellphone again," Jenner said. "Sometimes I look up weird s--t on Google - or random s--t - and I hate opening my Google to weird things. It’s embarrassing, and if 160 million people had to see that I’d choose never using my phone again.”

Pretty bold statement from someone who built their entire beauty brand off of social media! Then again, the latter doesn't sound appetizing, either...

How Kylie optimized her organization, organically

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 18: Kylie Cosmetics are displayed at Ulta beauty on November 18, 2019 in New York City. Kylie Cosmetics has sold a controlling stake to Coty Inc for a reported $600 Million. Coty Inc plans to buy 51% and the controlling share of Kylie Cosmetics, valuing it at $1.2 billion. Kylie Jenner will remain the public face of the brand.
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A September 2019 study by BrandTotal reports that Jenner's Kylie Cosmetics "generates the most social media engagement among cosmetics brands while spending nothing on paid social ads." But what does this mean on a practical level?

Forbes, who famously slated Jenner as "the youngest self-made billionaire ever," explained exactly how she "corned the fashion and beauty market" via mastering "the art of social media storytelling.

"[Kylie's] tapped into the demographic of millennials and Gen Z-ers who are passionate about new trends and have grown up with reality TV and social media. Because of this, she speaks to her followers similarly [to] how she’d talk to her own friends and family" as she "focuses her content distribution across Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube."

HOUSTON, TX - NOVEMBER 18: Kylie Jenner visits Houston Ulta Beauty to promote the exclusive launch of Kylie Cosmetics with the beauty retailer, starting this month on November 18, 2018 in Houston, Texas.
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In addition to understanding one's audience and promoting their products, the outlet advises up-and-coming influencers to build partnerships with other influencers, use content as educational opportunities, and mostly importantly, "ignore the haters."

"By understanding how Kylie has been able to take her brand to the next level through producing continuous content across multiple social media platforms that educate and excites her community, you can mirror her execution to scale your business."

“I didn’t expect anything. I did not foresee the future,” Jenner told the publication. “But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back.”

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