Kylie Jenner has caused a major stir in the world of social media thanks to her very full pout, and it looks like it's the latest celeb-meme to go viral.
The 17-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian's starlet may be fed up with the controversy surrounding her lip-heavy selfies - her die hard fans are heralding the look as 'just make-up', while critics of her new-found pout believe that she's had lip-enhancers at too young an age.
Sadly for KJ, it doesn't look like the buzz is going to die down any time soon...
Just yesterday, Suki Waterhouse's younger sister Maddie was snapped on the supermodels Instagram account rocking a full set of lips of her own, with Suki captioning the shot: 'Presenting @maddiewaterhouse as Kylie Jenner,' while her sibling weighed in: 'Am I @KylieJenner yet?' We reckon she's pretty close.
It's not just celebs that are getting in on the #KylieJennerLips action either; the hashtag is now trending on social media with hoards of Instagrammers sharing their take on the selfie-shot. As per, some are 100% serious while others are poking fun at the young star.
In the wake of her lips going viral, Kylie took to her Twitter account to rant about the goings on. Naturally.
The youngest member of the Kardashian Klan started off by laughing off the hype with a nonchalant tweet: 'how long are we gonna talk about this lip thing lmao,' she asked her followers, who re-tweeted the comment in their tens of thousands. Yep, this girl's got quite the following.
Clearly her angst only grew as she then said: 'Let's get a our lives together guys and talk about some important shit,' followed by: 'Just talk about something new at least. I'm bored.' Ok, Kylie; we hear ya.
Her tweeting-stint, however, has done nothing to stop the on-going flux of selfies playing homage - in one way or another - to her infamous pout. Check them out here; they're pretty hilarious.
Whether you like it or not, Kylie has single-handedly put the '90s nude lipstick and rose liner combo back on the beauty map. Will you dare to give it a go?
By Maxine Eggenberger