Kendall Jenner Is Proud Of Her Golden Globes Acne!

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After walking the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday, she was hit by a barrage of mean comments about her skin.

Fans seemed pretty wowed, with tweets including: 'Omg @KendallJenner at #GoldenGlobes is beyond attractive, ' and: 'Kendall Jenner looks stunning like drop dead??my fav type of dress as well [sic]'. "Never let that s- stop you!" she responded.

Close-up pictures of Kendall's face were shared online with people mocking her skin but she was having none of it.

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Fortunately, Kylie Jenner's sister doesn't take criticism personally, and has developed confidence and a positive self-image. Just a year ago rumors surfaced after she hosted a Facebook Live show where she let Kylie do her makeup. "I'm so glad have no shame in something EVERYONE goes through". However, Kendall wasn't about to let the haters drag her down. It completely ruined my self-esteem - I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them.

Kendall's never shied away from speaking openly about her battle with ongoing acne, and in 2015 she revealed that the issues with her skin had been hugely damaging to her self esteem. It's insane because sometimes I feel like people just want me to lose.

The model has since defended herself, when a fan tweeted a message of support.

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"Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it", she said.

By recognizing that she was having a bad skin day, she showed other girls how important it is to be confident even when you don't look ideal. "People forget that they're talking about real people who have real feelings and actually live their every day lives (for the most part) just like everyone else".

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