Khloe Kardashian turns off Instagram comments following criticism of her lips

Khloe Kardashian turned off the comments on her Instagram posts after followers accused her of getting lip fillers.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently uploaded a selfie to the photo-sharing site to promote beauty firm Skin Thesis. The com…

Khloe Kardashian turned off the comments on her Instagram posts after followers accused her of getting lip fillers.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently uploaded a selfie to the photo-sharing site to promote beauty firm Skin Thesis. The company, founded by Melissa Haloossim, offers services including laser treatments, facial peels, and injectables, such as lip fillers.

“Hey glow!!! #ad Shout out to Melissa @skinthesisinc for my healthy glowing skin,” Khloe captioned the snap,

However, she was soon on the receiving end of hundreds of negative remarks about her appearance.

“God, what happened?” one user commented, while another wrote, “I’m sorry but your lips are overdone, it looks nasty.”

A third added: “If you can’t close your lips… too much filler.”

This isn’t the first time Khloe has been accused of having cosmetic surgery.

Back in April, she shared a selfie on Instagram leading many to suggest she had had so much surgery on her face it looked like she had used a photo editing app.

“Your eyes got pulled back too much,” one person wrote.

Yet, Khloe fired back and accused the online trolls of desperately trying to bring her down.

“Now my eyes are pulled back? Lol (laugh out loud) oh man… you guys are really reaching. But sure, whatever you want to believe. I’m good with whatever babe much love sent your way,” the 35-year-old wrote.

And earlier this month, the Good American founder was cruelly blasted for allegedly using her 16-month-old daughter True Thompson as “an accessory”.

“Would you like a parent NOT to create memories and traditions with their child? Would you like someone else to watch my child and me to do these things on my own?” the mother-of-one replied.

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Khloe Kardashian expands Good American line with dress collection

Khloe Kardashian has expanded her Good American fashion line to include a selection of dresses.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently took to social media to debut the new pieces.In line with the label’s enduring mission to celebrate women o…

Khloe Kardashian has expanded her Good American fashion line to include a selection of dresses.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently took to social media to debut the new pieces.

In line with the label’s enduring mission to celebrate women of all shapes and sizes, the confidence-boosting collection is made with high-quality compression fabric that moulds to the shape of the body and accentuates curves, with garments available in a range of neutral tones including black, grey and olive.

Speaking to People, Khloe shared that introducing the dresses to the existing Good American range was a natural progression for the brand.

“We weren’t thinking about dresses but once we started venturing out to other categories it naturally took over and I’m so glad it did because I love these dresses so much,” the 34-year-old told the publication. “It’s really exciting to see where Good American has gone in two years.”

Khloe went on to reflect on the brand’s ethics and revealed that she made it a point to put inclusivity at the centre of her clothing line after being body shamed for years.

“I used to be a bigger size and I used to be ushered up all the way to basically the attic and my sisters could shop on the ‘regular’ floor and it was humiliating,” she shared. “We said (to stores that) if you want to carry our brand you have to carry the full-size range and not have the ‘plus sizes’ be in a different location. I don’t want anybody to be a cookie-cutter shape or size. And not everybody wants to be a size 2!”

The Good American bodycon dresses are priced between $105 (£80) and $189.90 (£145) and are available online now.

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Khloe Kardashian wanted ‘women who reflect reality’ to model Good American line

Khloe Kardashian only wanted “women who reflected reality” to model for her Good American fashion line.The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star put out a worldwide open casting call for the brand last October (18) and, opening up about the experience o…

Khloe Kardashian only wanted “women who reflected reality” to model for her Good American fashion line.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star put out a worldwide open casting call for the brand last October (18) and, opening up about the experience on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday (09Apr19), she reflected on the success of the brand’s enduring mission.

“Our callbacks were absolutely amazing, our goal was to find women who reflected REALITY and that is just what we did,” the 34-year-old wrote alongside clips of behind the scenes footage from the auditions. “I loved meeting so many of you beautiful ladies and hearing your amazing stories.”

The star, who has been candid with fans about her struggles with body image and confidence in the past, went on to admit that she felt “proud” of what she and the brand have achieved, and suggested that her siblings Kim and Kourtney Kardashian helped her decide on the final line-up.

In the original casting call, the fashion mogul affirmed her mission to “show a diverse representation of all women,” and held auditions across the U.S., Europe, and Australia for the coveted spots.

Posting on the Good American Instagram page, the brand also reflected on the campaign, and claimed that they had “broken barriers” with the process.

“Continuing our mission to break barriers and push for inclusivity in the fashion industry, our goal was to find women who reflected reality,” they wrote. “It’s never been just about appearance – we wanted to hear real stories, real struggles and how powerful women persevered.”

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Khloe Kardashian surprises fan with box of Good American apparel

Khloe Kardashian has surprised a fan by sending her a box of Good American apparel after she claimed she couldn’t afford to buy anything from the collection.The 33-year-old came under fire for calling Twitter user Kaelynn Abner “cute” after she tweeted…

Khloe Kardashian has surprised a fan by sending her a box of Good American apparel after she claimed she couldn’t afford to buy anything from the collection.

The 33-year-old came under fire for calling Twitter user Kaelynn Abner “cute” after she tweeted earlier this month (15Mar19) that she’d have to work 20 hours of extra shifts in order to save up enough money to buy a piece from the brand. Garments from the Good American line can cost up to $189 (£143).

Kaelynn returned to Twitter on Tuesday, however, to share her excitement after the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star sent her a box full of pieces from the label.

“I am so thankful (that Khloe) took the time out of her day to send me some AMAZING clothes,” she wrote.

She also posted a selection of pictures of the items, which included jeans, denim skirts and shorts, activewear co-ords, and T-shirts.

The fashion mogul soon responded to Kaelynn’s post, gushing that she was “so happy” that she liked the goodies.

“Keep working hard and being such a positive soul,” Khloe tweeted.

The reality star also addressed fans that criticised her for being “sick” and “out of touch” for her initial comment, and suggested that she never meant to cause any upset.

“I was so honoured this young woman spent her hard earned money on GA (Good American), I was sending her GA out of pure gratitude/appreciation as soon as I saw her tweet,” she insisted. “Never did I think my tweet would be taken so negatively.”

Good American was co-founded by Khloe and Emma Grede in October 2016, with the pair claiming to have achieved $1 million (£757,000) worth of sales on the first day of trading.

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Khloe Kardashian explains Good American’s open casting philosophy

Khloe Kardashian’s decision to hold open castings for her Good American brand stems from the very first campaign.Khloe co-founded the denim label with British businesswoman Emma Grede in 2016, with the pair catering to all shapes and sizes.And because …

Khloe Kardashian’s decision to hold open castings for her Good American brand stems from the very first campaign.

Khloe co-founded the denim label with British businesswoman Emma Grede in 2016, with the pair catering to all shapes and sizes.

And because Good American clothes aren’t just aimed at slim women, Khloe decided against booking their models through an agency, preferring to get real women to showcase the clothes instead.

“Well, the first year we did it was before we were even anything. I posted something on my Instagram. It was very vague, and we never identified what it was for, we just said ‘If you’re a woman and if you are confident in yourself, just show up’ and that we wanted all different shapes and sizes,” Khloe told Teen Vogue.

“So many women showed up that were authentic in their own skin and from all different walks of life. They would say, ‘We have gone to so many castings and out of everybody, (Good American) has the most positive energy.’ It was really just women empowering other women.”

As well as providing sizes that range from U.S. 00 to plus size 24, Good American also offer an in-between size of 15.

This came about, Khloe says, because they saw a need for it with the jeans being returned.

“We actually found out through trial and error because we kept getting returns and most of our return rates were between a 14 and 16,” she explained. “One of our designers, she started tailoring all of her Good American denim, and Emma was like, ‘Why are you tailoring?’ If she is tailoring a 16 down, she is not a 14 and she is not a 16. So, we did a focus group and we just paid attention.”

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Khloe Kardashian is ‘so happy’ with liberating new bob

Khloe Kardashian’s hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons has divulged that his client is thrilled with her new bob.Khloe went for the chop last week (ends29Jul18), ditching her tumbling blonde locks for a short, sharp cut. Debuting the look at the City of Hope…

Khloe Kardashian’s hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons has divulged that his client is thrilled with her new bob.

Khloe went for the chop last week (ends29Jul18), ditching her tumbling blonde locks for a short, sharp cut.

Debuting the look at the City of Hope charity poker tournament on Sunday, Khloe wasn’t the only Kardashian showing off a blunt new style – her sister Kim has also opted for a bob.

“She was so happy and loved it,” Andrew told People of Khloe’s fresh cut. “She had long hair for a long (time), I think this was a really liberating move for her.

“She’s been excited to get back to fitness, which she loves, and this cut inspires a lot of confidence. Short hair really does require a lot of confidence – there’s nothing to hide behind – but she really rocks it.”

Explaining that it took him under an hour to cut five inches off new-mum Khloe’s hair, Andrew described the outcome as an “ultra-modern, sleek blunt bob with no layers”.

He also shared how the 34-year-old likes to keep the front slightly longer so she can tie it back into a ponytail.

And according to Andrew, Khloe decided to spontaneously bring back the “KoKo bob”, which she’s rocked a few times over the years, after wearing a faux version in the latest campaign for her Good American brand.

“When we got the photos back, she looked so amazing – it’s such a beautiful look and she looked so confident that she ultimately decided it was time to bring it back permanently,” the hair guru detailed. “We weren’t planning to do the cut on Sunday, but everyone was complimenting her on the bob look from the Good American photos and she looked so amazing in it, so we knew it was time to cut it.”

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Khloe Kardashian suggests a social media cleanse to banish body issues

Khloe Kardashian believes a social media detox will help banish body insecurities.The reality star is the founder of clothing brand Good American, which she launched with partner Emma Grede in 2016. Catering for U.S. sizes 0 to 24, the label promotes a…

Khloe Kardashian believes a social media detox will help banish body insecurities.

The reality star is the founder of clothing brand Good American, which she launched with partner Emma Grede in 2016. Catering for U.S. sizes 0 to 24, the label promotes an ethos of inclusivity and though it started as denim-focused, it has since expanded to include garments like T-shirts, bodysuits and sweatpants with an activewear range soon to follow. Khloe sees the beauty in all shapes and sizes, but admitted that comparing your shape to other women online is a recipe for disaster when it comes to body confidence.

“Really we need to stop comparing ourselves to everyone else’s journey and be the best version of ourselves,” she insisted in an interview with The Sunday Times’ Style magazine. “I’ve always been compared to my sisters, who I will never look like, so it was really personal to me to create a clothes range that caters to all sizes.”

Good American’s workout line, The Performance collection, will launch Thursday (02Aug18) on the brand’s official website and exclusively in London department store Selfridges. Khloe and Emma will also lead the launch in Times Square, New York at 9am on the same day.

The youngest Kardashian sister developed a passion for fitness following her split from ex-husband Lamar Odom, having transformed her figure through diet and exercise and going on to pen a book, Strong Looks Better Naked, and star in E! reality show Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian.

Since giving birth to her and boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s daughter True in April (18), Khloe has managed to lose 33 pounds (15 kilograms) of baby weight, and the 34-year-old says the brand’s Electric Feel leggings – which have a waistband one inch higher for extra coverage and support – is her go-to item in the collection.

“I had a baby three months ago and have a little more of a tummy than I might usually have, so the pants help,” she smiled.

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Khloe Kardashian set to launch activewear collection

Khloe Kardashian’s clothing line Good American is gearing up to release activewear.The reality star’s size-inclusive brand was launched in 2016 and is mainly denim focused, with jeans available to purchase from U.S. sizes 0 to 24. Good American has sin…

Khloe Kardashian’s clothing line Good American is gearing up to release activewear.

The reality star’s size-inclusive brand was launched in 2016 and is mainly denim focused, with jeans available to purchase from U.S. sizes 0 to 24.

Good American has since expanded to include garments like T-shirts, bodysuits and sweatpants as well as a range of accessories, and the 34-year-old has now announced on social media that the company is about to unveil a new workout range.

“I’m so glad I don’t have to keep this a secret any more (sic)!! @goodamerican activewear launches August 2!” she captioned the snaps, in which she posed wearing a black and white sports bra while resting a dumbbell upon her shoulder. “Over a year in the making and as you all know fitness is my passion and I’m so proud of this line!! #GoodSquad #OurBodyOurJourney.”

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star launched Good American with Emma Grede after the London-born businesswoman approached Khloe’s mother Kris Jenner about making jeans for women of all shapes and sizes.

The youngest Kardashian sister developed a passion for fitness following her split from ex-husband Lamar Odom, having transformed her figure through diet and exercise and going on to pen a book, Strong Looks Better Naked, and star in E! reality show Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian.

Since giving birth to her and boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s daughter True in April (18), Khloe has managed to lose 33 pounds (15 kilograms) of baby weight.

“After I had True, I didn’t put any pressure on myself to lose the baby weight. I just wanted to get back to my regular routine from before I got pregnant, which was working out five to six times a week,” she wrote on her app recently, adding that she credits her weight loss on breastfeeding and her active lifestyle.

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Pregnant Khloe Kardashian creates maternity clothing line

Khloe Kardashian is expanding her GOOD American clothing label to include a maternity range.While two of her sisters have added to their fortune with beauty ranges, Khloe has her own fashion brand, and is expanding it to reflect what’s going on in her …

Khloe Kardashian is expanding her GOOD American clothing label to include a maternity range.

While two of her sisters have added to their fortune with beauty ranges, Khloe has her own fashion brand, and is expanding it to reflect what’s going on in her personal life.

The 33-year-old reality star, who is heavily pregnant with her first child with basketball player Tristan Thompson, has announced on Instagram that GOOD American will be stocking maternity wear from Thursday (15Mar18).

“@goodamerican #GoodMama Launches Thursday 3.15.2018,” Khloe captioned an image of herself wearing maternity leggings.

In the photo, Khloe stands side on so her growing bump can be seen in full. Wearing only a bra with the Good Mama trousers, she can be seen cradling her stomach as she looks into the distance.

Khloe founded GOOD American with Emma Grede in October 2016, with the body inclusive line offering jeans from U.S. size 0 to 24.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was inspired to design denim after struggling to find jeans that fit prior to her huge weight loss after splitting from ex-husband Lamar Odom in late 2013.

“I was what I would say is average size at the time,” she previously said. “I was very proud of who I was, and I felt, like, so shamed at the time, to go into boutiques or to go denim shopping. It was something that was super hard for me.

“I remember the chubby girl in me, and I’m fighting for my chubby self. It wasn’t about having a new denim line… It was about doing something that empowers other women, and something that is really going to break down barriers.”

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