Kylie Jenner's lips. Taylor Swift's unique eyes. Zendaya's outspoken voice. These are all traits that we have come to know our favorite celebrities for, but did you know that they have all admitted they haven't always loved or felt confident in these things about themselves?
Everyone has insecurities about their bodies and the things that make them different from everyone else, but we were surprised that some of our favorite celebrities have felt self-conscious about the features they're now famous for.
It's also important to remember that each one of us are at a different pace when it comes to embracing our insecurities – and some of our concerns are easier to shrug off than others. So some stars have completely changed their outlooks while others are still finding their paths to self-acceptance, and we can learn from each of their experiences.
Click through the gallery to see what your favorite stars confessed about their biggest insecurities, and you'll likely find you're shocked by the ups and downs they've experienced while stressing over them. Then, let us know if you relate to any of their stories by commenting below.
Kylie Jenner has built a makeup empire around her lips, so who would have guessed she was insecure about this feature?
"[My lips have] been an insecurity of mine all my life," she shared, explaining it all dates back to a middle school experience. “This guy I kissed was like, ‘Your lips are really small but you’re a really good kisser. I didn’t think you were gonna be good at kissing. I felt like no one wanted to kiss me."
When Kylie made the controversial decision to get lip fillers and hide that she did, she was worried about being a "bad influence" and letting her fans down – or making people think she didn't come to embrace her insecurity the "right way."
"What if I came out and said, ‘Oh, yeah, I got my lips done’? What are all those moms going to think about me? These kids, my fans, they’re going to think I’m crazy," she shared. "But they thought it was crazier that I was lying about it because it was so obvious. I wish I had just been honest and upfront. I went too far. It was very painful."