At only 18 years old, Kylie Jenner already owns her own $2.7 million Calabasas mansion in an exclusive gated community, which features a pool, an impressive shoe closet, and a ‘glam room’ for doing her make-up. But what she’d really like is to live on a farm.
Appearing on the cover of Paper magazine’s YOUth! issue, the reality star posed in a variety of brightly-hued wigs while insisting that she’d actually prefer to live a quiet life in the countryside.
‘Business-wise, I would love to have a really successful cosmetic line and then family/personal-wise, I’d like to have a really big family and a farm,’ Kylie said, lifting her lifetime goals. ‘I daydream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the

Naturally, it’s difficult to imagine a future in which Kylie isn’t seeking the spotlight. The star posts several pictures and videos a day on Instagram, is constantly Snapchatting — which is why Paper found it fitting to make her the star of it’s upcoming issue, which spotlights rising internet stars and features Instagram motifs.
But according to Kylie, this hyper-connected fame isn’t part of her long term plans. In fact, she expects to get started on having a family pretty soon.
‘I don’t want to start [having] a baby when I’m 30! I don’t believe in after 30 — I don’t know,’ the teenager said.When confronted with the fact that her sisters Kim and Kourtney both started their families after that age, she replied: ‘But they all wanted to have kids before. Kim was like, “I better have two kids before 30.” She always said that.’
Speaking of Kim, Kylie added that if she could be any of her sisters for 24 hours, she’d pick the 35-year-old Mrs. West — merely to have the change to raid her closet.

But when it comes to make-up, Kylie is the undisputed queen in the family, heading up her successful Kylie Cosmetics line and single-handedly launching trends.
‘It’s really crazy. I never really think about it until I’ll do a hair color and then I’ll see all my fans in the same hair color. It’s just crazy how much influence I have. It’s cool,’ she admitted in the interview, which hits newsstands April 12.
The only time it was maybe not so cool, she said, was back when she first started overlining her lips — and hadn’t yet launched her Lip Kits.
Kylie would find that she’d hit the make-up counter for new lipstick and it would all be sold out, thanks to her copycat fans.
‘I was going to MAC and Sephora and I’d try to buy my lipstick, and the girls working there would be like, “Kylie, everyone comes in asking what color you use. Everything’s sold out — I’m sorry!”‘ she said. ‘They were like, “These people should be paying you! Everyone comes in and asks for your color.”