KENDALL Jenner sported a barely-there green bikini in what appeared to be an unedited selfie.
The model's sexy post comes after her older sister Khloe was slammed for using 'too much photoshop' on her bikini posts.
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Kendall posted a snap wearing a tiny green bikini with a bandeau top and ruched bottom from Gonza.
She posed in a bathroom which featured a gold bathtub behind her.
Last week, Kendall channeled her inner Morticia Addams in a new photoshoot for Elle magazine.
The supermodel was styled all in black, with a matching bra and pants teamed with fishnet tights and an oversized leather jacket, to complete the gothic look.
Meanwhile last week, fans criticized Khloe for excessive photoshopping after they claimed she appeared to have six toes in a Good American bikini shoot.
The reality star admitted herself earlier that week that she "looks a little fake" sometimes while playing around with Snapchat filters with her model friend Alexis Warren.
"I like this filter, I look a little cheeky but that's OK," Khloe said of the look, before swiping onto a different filter in another clip.
"This one used to be my jam, but Lex is always putting me onto things," she added of the VHS-style camera trick before moving onto a third.
As the camera smoothed her skin, thinned her nose and jawline and plumped her lips, she mused that it might be "too much".
"I'm really into this filter," she began, before adding: "No, it's a little too fake?" to which her pal replied: "It's cute."
Back in April, an unedited bikini shot of Khloe leaked online, in which she looking stunning while posing in leopard-print swimwear.
Khloe's PR and legal teams tried to "scrub" the photo from the internet, to no avail.
She later pleaded with fans to understand the turmoil she's experienced over the years.
Posing topless to show off her "unretouched" and "unfiltered" body, she revealed she has "struggled with body image her whole life."
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