Reality star rolls out lipkit collection

The youngest Kardashian-Jenner Kylie launches her anticipated lipkit today and it looks like its in for a serious rave... Take a first look at her beauty line.


Kylie Jenneris set to roll out her lip line later today 30th November 2015.

The reality star who shared a first look recently revealed plans to launch her lipkit is finally releasing the entire line.

Kylie Jenner's lips became a rave amongst ladies all over the world after she started showing off her picture perfect pout (after getting cosmetic injection). She announced the line in August where she was pictured wearing a brown matte lip colour off the line.

The Kylie Jenner lipkit is made in a pack of two products; a liquid matte lipstick and a "biodegradable" lip liner in three different shades: Dolce, True Brown and Candy.

The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan already has her own collection of hair extensions with Bellami Hair.

Follow the beauty line on Instagram @ and in just a few hours of opening the account a whooping 339k followers have been recorded! Seems the youngest Kardashian-Jenner is set to take over the beauty world.

Would you be buying Kylie Jenner lipkit when it's released later today? The product will be sold online worldwide.


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