Kylie Jenner seems to be everywhere these days, including the February issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.

The 17-year-old looks, well, definitely not 17. Don’t get us wrong, girl looks great, but if you compare this photo to the Seventeen Prom cover from 2014, well, let’s just say you wouldn’t think they were the same people. Take a look for yourself:

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Now, we’re not being haters, we’re just saying Jenner has, erm, matured. But if you think those high brows and pouty lips were achieved by plastic surgery, you’re wrong… or at least that’s what Jenner is saying. “You guys have watched me grow up since I was 9. My face is going to get different. Now, I know how to do my makeup, contour, and everything. I’m not against surgery. I’d never say no, but I don’t desire it right now.”

Well, sure, that’s true, contouring definitely can make a difference….

In other Jenner news, Kylie proved that she’s actually quite sensitive. When discussing her parent’s separation, Jenner admitted it wasn’t easy to hear. “I didn’t say anything [while the cameras were rolling.] I went in my room and cried right after. If they’re happy, I’m happy, I guess.”

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But throughout the ups and downs, Jenner says she wouldn’t change a thing about her life. “When I was like 10, 11, 12, I had a really hard time with the media. During your adolescence, girls deal with their peers at school, then they go home and they don’t have to deal with it [there]. It was a lot more haters to deal with … especially since I was younger and my sisters were so beautiful and had it all together. I can have my moments and say that I don’t want this life anymore, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. The good is definitely worth the bad.”

We bet.

Head over to Cosmopolitan to read more, and be sure to pick up your issue on January 13th!

What do you think of Kylie Jenner’s cover?

Michelle Manetti is a graduate of Pace University and has a degree in Communication Studies with a concentration of Media Studies. She met Marc Jacobs in an elevator once. She also believes that yoga, Liquiteria and a Hunter Thompson book could save the world.

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