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After checking in to quarantine to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), the model and businesswoman Kylie Jenner just surprise all of its followers of Instagram with new photo session. Each publication in the younger sister of Kendall Jenner has more than two million ‘likes’ on the part of all her fans in the whole world.

Kylie Jenner decided to put on makeup, put on their best outfits and pose for the camera of your mobile phone. The creator of Kylie Skin shows that you don’t need a professional photographer and a great production to be able to show off your beauty in social networks.

The youngest of the clan Kardashian-Jenner also sent a message to all their subscribers and expected that they are well gives health and care. “This morning, sending my love and prayers to all of you. I hope that everyone will stay safe”wrote the model in one of their postcards.

As you recall, it was some weeks ago Kylie indicated in their social network that was “boring” by being in quarantine and expected to pass everything soon. The figure of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” comes comply with the order of social distancing in the company of his daughter and some people who work for her.

Kylie Jenner it is one of the most important figures and influential social networks around the world. You only need to remember the day that made him lose over a million dollars to Snapchat with a simple tweet.

“What, then, someone else opens Snapchat yet? Do or only I am?… this is very sad”, tweeted Kylie Jenner in February of 2018.

The actions of famous application had a low of 6% after the publication of Jenner. Snapchat lost a total of US$ 1,300 million from the market value.

The influencer had to come to the rescue of the company and issued a second tweet stating the following: “I still love you, my Snap… my first love”.

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