Kylie Jenner has been pictured promoting the latest product from her skincare company, and she decided to wear a strappy brown bikini for the recent Instagram ad.
The Kylie Skin Instagram account shared the picture on Tuesday of their “boss bae” wearing the new hair drying towel from the company.
Kylie went without make-up for the photo and turned her head to the side to showcase the new towel.
She wore a brown two-piece, which showed off her curves, despite only showing the top half of her body in the snap.
She accessorized the skimpy outfit with gold jewelry, including earrings, bracelets, and two gold necklaces.
Kylie Skin has almost five million followers on Instagram and was criticized recently for their new hand sanitizer products, which some claimed was an attempt to profit from the coronavirus pandemic.
Last week, the Kardashian-Jenner family completed the filming for the final episode of their hit TV show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Kylie took some time to pose for some Instagram snaps before heading to her sister, Kim Kardashian‘s house for filming.
Her final outfit for the reality TV show was all cream-colored and included a corset top, pants, and a trench coat.
The actress glowed in the sunlight as she posed in front of several cars in a large driveway. Her long hair, recently dyed red, was plaited down her back, and she carried a handbag and completed her outfit with diamond earrings.
The family is expected to gift Rolex watches to each of the 30 crew members who worked on their show.
They reportedly have a new deal with Disney to produce a new show which will give fans more insights into their lives, but with a “new and updated” feel. The show is expected to debut later this year.
A source confirmed to ET: “The family is really excited about this new chapter and adventure and, of course, are not looking to get out of the spotlight. They’ll still continue to share about their lives through the deal with Hulu, but now with a new, updated spin.”
In late 2020, Kris Jenner emotionally announced the end of the series with this message: “When we first started, there was no Instagram or Snapchat or other social media platforms. The world has changed. Now there are so many; the viewer doesn’t have to wait three or four months to see an episode. We can give them all of the information anyone would ever want to know in real-time.”
The family seems to know how to keep fans interested.