- Kylie Jenner just became the youngest self-made billionaire ever at age 21, according to Forbes .
- Jenner has been in the limelight since she was 10 years old when the first " Keeping Up With The Kardashians " episode aired on the E! Network.
- Jenner is not shy when it comes to showing off her splurges on Instagram , where she charges $1 million per sponsored post to share with her 128 million followers.
- She often shows off her diamond-encrusted jewelry, luxury baby accessories, expensive cars, and lavish vacations.
Forbes announced last year that Jenner was on her way to becoming a billionaire, and now she has officially hit the mark thanks to 9% revenue growth in her business, Kylie Cosmetics, in 2018.
Jenner has been in the limelight since she was 10 years old, when the first "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" episode aired on the E! Network.
Since then, she has created a cosmetics empire, accumulated a lavish car collection, and given birth to baby Stormi Webster with boyfriend Travis Scott.
In July 2018, Forbes announced that Jenner is one of America's richest "self-made" women with an estimated net worth of $900 million. Many people criticized Forbes describing Jenner as "self-made," saying that she was born into extreme wealth and fame, as Business Insider's Kate Taylor previously reported.
Forbes said the bulk of Jenner's net worth comes from her makeup empire, Kylie Cosmetics , which Jenner owns entirely.
Jenner is not shy when it comes to showing off her hard-earned cash. She often takes to Instagram where she has 128 million followers and charges $1 million per sponsored post to show off her latest purchases.
Some of Jenner's most notable luxuries include a mansion complete with a purse closet, high-end baby accessories, Cartier bling, and car collection.
Below, see how Jenner spends her fortune.
- Inside the lives of surprisingly frugal millionaires and billionaires, from businessmen like Warren Buffett and Richard Branson to A-list celebs like Jay Leno and Jennifer Lawrence
- Meet the Arnaults, the French billionaires who control luxury-goods empire LVMH, own villas on the French Riviera and in LA, and rub shoulders with models, royalty, and tech moguls
- Meet Franois Pinault, the French billionaire who has a $1.2 billion art collection, owns Christie's, and founded Kering, the luxury giant behind Gucci and Balenciaga