Kylie Jenner didn't always love her lips.
The 18-year-old reality star -- whose lip kits sold out in minutes upon their release in December -- admits in an Allure magazine interview conducted by her sister, Kim Kardashian, that she does have one big beauty regret. "Well, I definitely made my lips a little too big at one point," Kylie confides to her older sibling. "I got excited and felt like I needed to do a lot. And then you guys were like, 'Kylie, you need to chill.' And then I had to go back and have it fixed, and it was a crazy process."
On an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians last year, the youngest Jenner sister fessed up to getting temporary lip fillers. "I want to admit to the lips but people are so quick to judge me on everything," she said at the time. "So I might have tiptoed around the truth, but I never lie."
When speaking with Kim about her big pout, she quips, "Thank God I didn't end up on Botched."
Kim also shares a beauty confession. "Remember when I lasered my baby hairs? I had awkward baby hairs on my forehead, and every photographer used to Photoshop them out," she recalls. "Sometimes I get really envious of your baby hairs because I think they're more youthful. I over analyze it all the time."
"There's gonna be a time where I feel comfortable, I'm at a good place in my life, and I just stop," she explains. "I don't necessarily have to date someone who's famous."
Kylie -- who's currently back together with rapper Tyga -- adds that she "can't remember what it's like not to be famous," but thinks her life in the public eye has given her a positive outlook on life. "I'm able to appreciate what true happiness is all about. A new car, that's not real happiness. That lasts a month," she says. "That's short-term happiness."
One thing Kylie rarely regrets are her wildly popular social media posts. The reality star spoke with ET last year about her online persona, admitting, "If I post the wrong selfie, then I am like ‘ugh, that other selfie was so much better than that selfie,’ but other than that I don’t really regret anything."