AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner has slowly, but surely embraced her life as a mother of two. Less than a week after revealing that she has gained her personality back following the birth of her baby boy, "The Kardashians" star seemed to find confident in her postpartum body as she flaunted her curvy post-baby figure in a revealing bodysuit.
On Tuesday, May 17, the CEO of Kylie Cosmetics took to her Instagram account to share a picture of herself from the photoshoot of Kylie Skin's new lavender collection. In the photo, she was wearing an almost see-through crochet lavender bodysuit, while holding a lavender plant close to her face.
Along with the post, Kylie wrote a caption that promoted her upcoming product. "Introducing our NEW lavender collection. Sooooo obsessed with these lavender-infused, self care essential products launching 5.23 @kylieskin," she wrote.
The official Instagram account of Kylie Skin also put up her photoshoot to advertise the upcoming collection. The picture displayed more of her curves as the youngest daughter of Kris Jenner was posing with the product on her right hand.
The new promo photo quickly garnered a lot of admiration from fans. One gushed, "HOT MAMA," and gave hot face emojis. Another raved, "This is hot," and added heart eyes and purple heart emojis.
It was the first time Kylie showed off her curves again after giving birth to her son back in February. After welcoming her second child, the makeup mogul admitted that she gained 60 lbs. However, at the beginning of May, she revealed that she finally lost 40 lbs by walking and doing pilates.
Kylie was previously open about her postpartum struggles after having her second child. Back in March, the 24-year-old reality star took to her Instagram Story to talk about it. "I just want to say to my postpartum moms that postpartum has not been easy," she opened up in a since-expired Story.
The younger sister of Kendall Jenner also admitted that the aftermath of her son's birth hit her harder than she expected. "This experience for me, personally, has been a little harder than with my daughter," she further added.