Kylie Jenner just wants to inspire.
"I know how influential I am over my fans and followers," she explained. "I feel like everything I do, my hair color, my makeup, I always start these huge trends, and I don’t even realize what I’m capable of."
"I’m becoming a woman, I have my own house, and I’m really coming into my own now," Kylie added about how her life has changed in the past year.
When asked to describe her talents to people who just don't get it, Kylie said that she wants "to inspire my fans to be whoever they want to be, because that’s what I’ve always done."
"I have green hair one week, blue hair the other. I’m Gothic another week," she said. "I’m always experimenting and trying to figure out who I am and exactly what I want to be. I feel like it inspires them to be exactly who they want to be."
Green, blue, or goth, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister does have a way of connecting with her fans. Her app is by far the most popular
of the family barrage of apps, even more so than that of sibling Kim Kardashian. However, she admitted that all the exposure has caused a lot of people to get the wrong impression of who she is.
"People think they have a perfect idea of who you are from a four-second Snapchat video...and fake blogs, stories, magazine covers," she said. "In reality, that’s not the case. Nobody knows who I am except family and my close friends."
So what will Kylie's legacy be?
"That I’ve helped people and that it wasn’t just about me," she predicted. "That I was an inspiration for young girls. And it wasn’t just getting your lips done and having good hair, but being a good person and inspiring other people to not bully other people and do good things and be nice to everybody."
Meanwhile, in June, Kylie told ET
that she considers Kim a major style icon for her.
"I love Kim's style right now," she revealed. "…I feel like Kourtney has the best style overall."
Watch the video below for more on the other influential young folks who made it onto Time magazine's list.