Kylie Jenner Celebrates 19th Birthday In ‘Naked’ Jumpsuit

Kylie Jenner Celebrates 19th Birthday In ‘Naked’ Jumpsuit

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Kylie Jenner just gave a whole new meaning to the term ‘birthday suit’ as she headed out for an early celebration on Sunday 31 July.

Although the reality star-turned-beauty mogul doesn’t turn 19 until 10 August, she held a birthday dinner at The Nice Guy restaurant in Hollywood wearing a jumpsuit version of the ‘naked dress’.

Jenner teamed the her skin-tight lace catsuit, by Balmain, with matching lace shoes and an ornate gold belt.

In true Kardashian fashion, she made sure to document her daring look in a series of Snapchat and Instagram posts.

Also in attendance at the pre-birthday dinner was Jenner’s best friend Jordyn (pictured below), boyfriend Tyga, mum Kris and sisters Kendall, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.

Despite her actual birthday being over a week away, the teen has already received a number of birthday presents, including a new puppy named Penny, and a custom Land Rover.

Jenner also carried on her early celebrations by releasing a special Kylie Cosmetics ‘birthday edition’ makeup collection.

Available to purchase from Monday 1 August, the line consists of eight new products infused with real gold.

It includes a range of mini matte lipsticks…

A Lip Kit in a dark red shade called Leo…

Crème eyeshadows in copper and rose gold…

And a dark bronze ‘Kyliner’ kit – featuring a pencil eyeliner, gel liner and angled brush.

There’s also a Kylie Cosmetics makeup bag, a new lip gloss shade called Poppin’ and a new matte metal lipstick called Lord.

We wonder how fast it will all sell out this time around. 

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