What’s happened to Kylie’s face?! And Khloé’s looking equally bizarre

It's clear that Kylie Jenner is keen to look far older than her 18 years at all times, but we really can't get on board with her latest look.

The teen was working on a cover shoot for Elle Canada yesterday and shared updates via Snapchat all day, showcasing everything from her poses to her make-up.

But one series of videos has mysteriously disappeared from Kylie's Snapchat story after it got a particularly negative reaction from fans. Taking a look at even one of the clips, it's easy to see why.

Sitting in a make-up chair with bleached hair and eyebrows and with her lips completely coated in a deep nude shade, Kylie looks far, far older than she really is.

As well as the heavy make-up, it appears that Kylie has overdone it with the lip fillers, and has possibly had work done on other parts of her face.

Within minutes "Big Ang" was trending on Twitter as users compared Kylie to the Mob Wives star:

One fan even put Kylie's face through the How Old Am I app, with scary results:

Kylie's not the only member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan who has undergone a bizarre facial transformation of late, however.

Her older sister, 31-year-old Khloé, posted a picture to Instagram last night in which her cheeks, lips and eye area looks decidely plumper. Of course it could all be down to lighting, but there's definitely something a little different.

Commenters were quick to question if Khloé may have had cosmetic surgery of late. "She looks so different and fake," wrote one, with another adding, "Stop trying to change who you are! You were actually beautiful before all these stupid changes you're making."

We're inclined to agree.

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