Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Kendall Jenner had acne at the Golden Globes and didn't care!

Kendall Jenner had acne at the Golden Globes and didn't care!

Kendall Jenner gained the admiration of her fans after she walked the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes on Sunday while battling an acne breakout.

Jenner has won praise from fans for showing up at the event despite suffering from acne, with one person telling her: "Thank you for being honest and fearless about your acne!"

Sadly, after pics of the KUWTK star went viral, she was criticized by online trolls for her acne!

Despite serving us all with her look, commentators criticized Jenner for what appeared to be an acne outbreak on her cheeks.

"Never let that s**t stop you!" she wrote, the comment quickly garnering more than 60,000 likes. She gave me hope and even a little confidence.

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Kendall responded to the love from her fans by posting her own encouraging message about overcoming insecurity.

Kendall has previously opened up on her app (which she's no longer updating in 2018, FYI) about how acne affected her self-confidence in the past. It completely ruined my self-esteem-I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them.

Kendall Jenner made a much-publicized appearance at last weekend's Golden Globes ceremony, clad in a stunner of a black dress. But rather than let it get her down, Kendall took it all with a grain of salt. She took her Instagram and wrote, "When I deleted my Instagram back in November, people were saying: 'Kendall deleted her account to have full facial reconstruction!' I think they might have been referencing the day Kylie and I did a livestream for our book".

"Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it", she said. "When I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face".

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