Kylie Jenner Wants Kids When She's 27, Takes Two Hours to Apply Makeup

Kylie Jenner opened up about wanting kids, and revealed how many hours she takes to put makeup on Credit: Giampaolo Sgura

It's hard to keep up! Kylie Jenner, like the rest of her famous family, is an open book. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star discussed just about every topic while covering Teen Vogue's May 2015 issue — beginning with how many kids she wants when she's 27.

"It's so fun being an aunt. When I look to the far future and decide to have kids, I need to have a million girls. Ten years from now—in 2025—I hope I have a kid," Jenner, 17, told the mag. "Having sisters is the best. I have a different relationship with each of them. I go to Kim for fashion advice, Khloé is always boy and family advice, and Kourtney is like another mother to me."

When not hanging with her siblings though, Jenner is often getting attention for her eye-catching blue hair color. In fact, she told Teen Vogue that she wanted to dye her hair blonde long before Kim took the platinum plunge last month. (Kanye West's wife has since returned to her dark roots.)

"I just love my hair colors. Like now, I'm even sick of my hair," Jenner said. "I need to change it. I haven't been blonde in a while—I might go lighter for summer."

Of course, Jenner turns heads with her plump lips, too — and knows it. Kris Jenner's daughter admitted to the mag that she reads comments whenever she posts a done-up selfie, but actually prefers to go au naturel.

"I never really wear makeup unless I need to, because when I do my makeup I like to really do my makeup. So I'm never going to spend just 20 minutes, you know?" Jenner explained. "A good night out is, like, two-and-a-half hours for full makeup, curling hair, whatever. I love false lashes—individuals, strips, extensions."

Indeed, and now she has a huge place to stock it all! As previously reported, Jenner purchased her very own Calabasas, Calif., home in February for a whopping $2.7 million. "I'm moving out when I turn 18. I'm ready to live on my own. It's a really big step, but I'm ready," she said. "I wanted a house near my family in a quiet neighborhood with a front yard and a backyard that my dog will like. Also, I have so many shoes, and none of them fit in my old closet."