Kylie Jenner turned up the heat in a set of photos posted to her Instagram account on Thursday morning.
The social media powerhouse's snaps were taken during a recent photo shoot for her skincare brand, Kylie Skin. The influencer's shots were also meant to promote her brand's sunscreen oil, currently available on its website.
Jenner was dressed in a pink lingerie top during the promotional shoot; her article of clothing stopped a few inches below her breasts and placed her toned tummy on full display.
The daughter of momager Kris Jenner also wore a matching bottom that let her show off her curvy thighs and beautifully tanned legs.
The reality television personality - whose show Keeping Up With The Kardashians comes to an end next season - tied off her outfit with a pair of high-heeled shoes and a set of earrings.
Her voluminous brown hair fell towards the ground in two of her shots; while posing upright, her locks covered her right shoulder and cascaded onto her backside.
Jenner also wrote a short message in the post's caption to express her feelings about the brand's addition.
In the message, the influencer noted that 'summer will be here before you know it,' and added that using her sunscreen was 'my favorite way to feel sexy while staying protected.'
Just before sharing the promotional shots, the social media personality made a post to her Instagram Story to give her fans a behind-the-scenes look at the day's photoshoot.
In the short clip, the reality television star was seen wearing a large pair of sunglasses while relaxing in a dressing room before taking the photos.
Jenner first launched Kylie Skin in 2019; the brand initially offered six facial care products before the company began offering skincare items.
During an interview with Glamour, the social media icon expressed that she wanted her brand's customers to believe in what they were doing and to integrate her products into their self-care routines.
'I think it all starts with feeling good in your own skin. I think it’s so important to take care of yourself from the inside out and that starts with skin care and taking time to do things that you love,' she said.
The model also admitted that her skin is not always perfect and emphasized that she occasionally has times where she needs more intense treatment.
Jenner remarked that 'nobody has perfect skin and it’s completely normal and natural to get a flare up every now and then - especially after heavy glam days and when I’m traveling.'
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