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Kendall's response to those who mocked her acne at the Golden Globes

Kendall's response to those who mocked her acne at the Golden Globes

Kendall Jenner isn't letting critics of her acne detract from her Golden Globes appearance.

The 22-year-old has since gotten her skin under control, but still battles acne every once in a while. And obviously, the star's 25.8million followers rushed to defend her, as one replied: 'You are attractive!

Jenner also posted a video, produced by Vogue, of her getting ready for the Globes.

"Everyone's focusing on @KendallJenner new lips but not the fact that her skin is charred.I would've stayed home tbh".

Jenner joins a handful of other celebrities who have opened up to fans about the difficulties of acne and the unrealistic expectation of flawless skin.

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Jenner has been open about her skin struggles for years. It completely ruined my self-esteem. Several users-even if they weren't fans of Jenner or her family-came to her defense and praised her for showing that everyone, no matter how rich or famous, has experienced acne and skin problems.

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

Kendall responded, "never let that sh-t stop you!" "I wouldn't look people in the eye".

Jenner revealed she felt like "such an outcast" and covered her face when she spoke to people to draw attention away from the blemishes.

Thought she may have taken some heat for not looking like what some people's idea of perfection might be, Kendall Jenner rose above the social media diatribe and sent a positive message to her fans in the wake of the backlash. "Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys". "But slowly, I'm working towards not caring and I'm just in so much of a better place about it all now that I'm older".