It's pretty rare to see Kylie Jenner fresh-faced, but the young makeup mogul opted to show off her product-free face on Instagram, and the results are actually somewhat expected.
Kylie is 18 years old but often looks so much more mature when she gets dolled up with makeup, which includes her insanely successful line of lip kits. Without makeup, though, she actually looks like a regular 18-year-old girl.
The teen showed off her unblemished skin on Instagram on June 6 while posting a selfie.
"Hello," she simply captioned the snap while donning a black tank top and black sweatpants. She also appears to be without one of her ever-present wigs in the snap, as well.
The simplistic photo seems to have resonated with her nearly 63 million Instagram followers, as it's gotten 1.3 million likes.
Some media outlets are claiming that the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is actually wearing makeup, speculating that her lips wouldn't normally be that shiny and that her skin can't be that perfect.
Regardless, even if there is makeup, this is about as au naturel as you're ever going to see Miss Kylie.
The reason for her post isn't known. Perhaps she had other more important things on her mind. Over the weekend a wildfire scorched more than 500 acres near Kylie's home. It was also near the homes of her other family members. There was speculation that family members would have to evacuate, as 5,000 others in their area did.
"There's a fire next to my house!" Kylie said on Snapchat over the weekend. "Am I gonna have to evacuate?"
Kylie's half-sister Khloe Kardashian said she was in more danger.
"No, Kylie, you won't have to evacuate because it's closer to my house than yours, sadly," she told her sister on social media. "So let's pray nobody has to evacuate."
Kylie added, "This is our city. We were born and raised in Calabasas. Like, this cannot go down."
Firefighters were able to contain the fire and all evacuees were able to return to their homes.
"Thanks to all the brave firefighters, on the ground and overhead," Khloe said. "Appreciate what you do to keep us safe...God bless #CalabasasFire."