Kylie Jenner teases launch of Kylie Skin’s first-ever sunscreen

Kylie Jenner has teased the launch of her first-ever sunscreen for her skincare range Kylie Skin.The billionaire beauty mogul took to Instagram to showcase the new product, dubbed the Broad Spectrum SPF 40 Face Sunscreen, which the 22-year-old claimed …

Kylie Jenner has teased the launch of her first-ever sunscreen for her skincare range Kylie Skin.

The billionaire beauty mogul took to Instagram to showcase the new product, dubbed the Broad Spectrum SPF 40 Face Sunscreen, which the 22-year-old claimed was a totally weightless formula.

“Shhh new product coming soon,” she wrote alongside a snap of the sunscreen, featuring the brand’s signature white and blush pink colourway, before spilling more details in a follow-up post.

“Introducing your new best friend,” Kylie shared in the caption. “My face sunscreen is too good i had to tease. this formula is weightless, invisible, and soo smooth, no white residue. it’s so important to wear face sunscreen everyday and this one is just a dream. details coming soon @kylieskin.”

While the bottle comes in a small 50ml tube, it’s not yet known if larger sizes will be available, or when the sunscreen will be launched.

The reality star is still heavily involved in her Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin brands, despite selling a majority stake for $600 million (£463 million) in her business to American multinational beauty giant Coty in November.

And sunscreen is just the beginning of Kylie’s plans for her beauty brand, as it was reported earlier this month that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has filed a trademark for Kylie Hair as well as Kylie Con, Kylie Kon, and Kylie Museum.

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Kylie Jenner teases haircare line after receiving trademark

Kylie Jenner has teased the prospect of a haircare line after successfully filing for the Kylie Hair trademark.The billionaire beauty mogul is already the boss of two hugely successful brands, Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin, and is now looking to expan…

Kylie Jenner has teased the prospect of a haircare line after successfully filing for the Kylie Hair trademark.

The billionaire beauty mogul is already the boss of two hugely successful brands, Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin, and is now looking to expand her empire.

Earlier this month, Kylie’s application for the brand name Kylie Hair was approved, giving her license to sell products including shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, and hair dye.

And fans have already begun speculating that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star could be gearing up to launch her own hair extensions and wigs, following her dramatic hair makeover posted on her Instagram Stories.

Posting two black-and-white snaps, Kylie told her 164 million followers that hairstylist Jesus Guerrero had cut off her long locks into a shoulder-length bob.

“@jesushair said he was giving me a trim and cut all my hair off,” the 22-year-old captioned the pictures.

And just days later, Kylie posted a selfie, showing her bob covered up by a long, honey-brown coloured wig.

“New vibe,” she wrote alongside the shot.

The mother-of-one has around 130 registered trademarks, and she also teased the possible launch of a bodycare line, by filing to own the names Kylie Body and Kylie Body by Kylie Jenner.

Kylie has been busy planning the expansion of her empire, and in January, trademarked KylieCon, Kylie Baby, and Kylie Museum.

The reality star has yet to comment on the trademark approval for Kylie Hair.

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Kylie Jenner bringing Kylie Skin to Europe

Kylie Jenner has partnered with German retailer Douglas to launch Kylie Skin in Europe. The beauty mogul founded Kylie Cosmetics in 2016 and expanded into skincare with the launch of Kylie Skin earlier this year, with both brands being available to bu…

Kylie Jenner has partnered with German retailer Douglas to launch Kylie Skin in Europe.

The beauty mogul founded Kylie Cosmetics in 2016 and expanded into skincare with the launch of Kylie Skin earlier this year, with both brands being available to buy in Ulta Beauty stores in America and through their respective websites.

On Wednesday, officials at German perfume and cosmetics retailer Douglas announced they were partnering with Kylie to exclusively sell her skincare line in Europe, the first time her products will be available to purchase in a store on the continent.

“I’m so excited to be bringing Kylie Skin to Douglas Group next year for my first ever retail launch in Europe,” the 22-year-old said in a statement. “So many of my fans have been asking me to make my skincare products available in Europe, and I’m so happy that they’ll now be able to test and experience the products in person and purchase in stores for the first time.”

Douglas stores will be offering six products from the Kylie Skin line – the Foaming Face Wash, Walnut Face Scrub, Face Moisturizer, Eye Cream, Vanilla Milk Toner, and Vitamin C Serum – in spring 2020. All of the products are vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, sulfate and paraben free.

“I am proud and excited to finally announce this extraordinary and exclusive partnership: we team up with one of the most admired and influential beauty companies!” added Tina Muller, Douglas Group CEO. “A milestone for Douglas and a giant step to offer our customers the most innovative and unique assortment. Kylie has proven numerous times that she meets the zeitgeist of her US customers precisely and we expect to spark that same enthusiasm for her products in Europe.”

The news comes a month after it was announced Kylie had sold a $600 million (£463 million) stake in Kylie Cosmetics to beauty giant Coty, which owns brands such as Clairol, Max Factor, OPI, Rimmel, and Wella.

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Kylie Jenner sells $600 million stake in cosmetics business

Kylie Jenner has sold a $600 million (£463 million) stake in her beauty business to executives at Coty.The reality TV star started her brand with a range of lip kits in 2015 and went on to launch Kylie Cosmetics the following year, with the company se…

Kylie Jenner has sold a $600 million (£463 million) stake in her beauty business to executives at Coty.

The reality TV star started her brand with a range of lip kits in 2015 and went on to launch Kylie Cosmetics the following year, with the company selling eyeshadows, concealers, lipsticks, and eyebrow pencils, as well as a line of skincare formulas.

Now, Kylie has sold a 51 per cent stake in her company to Coty, the American multinational beauty giant which also owns brands such as Clairol, Max Factor, OPI, Rimmel, and Wella.

“I’m excited to partner with Coty to continue to reach even more fans of Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin around the world,” the 22-year-old said in a statement on Monday. “I look forward to continuing the creativity and ingenuity for each collection that consumers have come to expect and engaging with my fans across social media. This partnership will allow me and my team to stay focused on the creation and development of each product while building the brand into an international beauty powerhouse.”

Coty bosses reported that Kylie Cosmetics realised an estimated $177 million (£137 million) of net revenues for the trailing twelve months.

Kylie and her team will continue to lead all creative efforts in terms of product and communications initiatives, especially with regards to social media.

“We are pleased to welcome Kylie into our organisation and family,” added Pierre Laubies, Coty chief executive officer. “Combining Kylie’s creative vision and unparalleled consumer interest with Coty’s expertise and leadership in prestige beauty products is an exciting next step in our transformation and will leverage our core strengths around fragrances, cosmetics and skincare, allowing Kylie’s brands to reach their full potential.”

In March, editors at Forbes estimated Kylie Cosmetics to be valued at $900 million (£694 million) and Kylie’s net worth to be $1 billion (£771 million) – making her the world’s youngest billionaire.

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Kylie Jenner teases children’s clothing line inspired by daughter Stormi

Kylie Jenner has hinted she is working on a clothing line for children inspired by her 17-month-old daughter.The reality TV personality and cosmetics mogul, who welcomed Stormi Webster with her boyfriend Travis Scott in February 2018, took to her Insta…

Kylie Jenner has hinted she is working on a clothing line for children inspired by her 17-month-old daughter.

The reality TV personality and cosmetics mogul, who welcomed Stormi Webster with her boyfriend Travis Scott in February 2018, took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday and shared a photo of a tie-dye light blue sweatshirt with the words “Stormi World” and a drawing of a lightning bolt, sun, cloud, and raindrops.

In the caption, Kylie teased fans by writing, “Who’s ready for Stormi merch?” but did not share any further details about the potential collection.

The branding “Stormi World” refers to the name of rapper Travis’ 2018 record Astroworld, as well as Stormi’s amusement park-themed first birthday party earlier this year, with the extravagant event filled with inflatable balloon clouds, games, and rides.

And though it was not a full line, Travis marked his baby daughter’s big day by also releasing some Stormi-themed merchandise around the time of her birthday, with the “Stormiworld” beanies and sweatshirts printed with the slogan, “It’s my birthday and I can fly if I want to.”

Kylie, 21, has a number of projects in the works, including new additions to her Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin beauty ranges. According to editors at The Blast, she also recently filed a trademark request relating to nail care products and fragrances, indicating more collections are on the horizon.

Meanwhile, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been named as the highest-paid Instagram star in the world, earning a staggering $1.2 million (£964,000) per post. Analysts at HopperHQ.com, who took into account multiple factors including audience engagement, follower count and post frequency, have reported that Kylie’s social media presence alone is a multi-million dollar business, increasing 27 per cent over the past 12 months and keeping her firmly atop the list of Instagram’s highest earners.

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Kylie Jenner teams up with Scott Disick’s Talentless on capsule line

Kylie Jenner has partnered with Scott Disick’s Talentless clothing company on a capsule collection.The reality TV star is currently on vacation in the idyllic Turks and Caicos Islands to celebrate the successful launch of her skincare venture, Kylie Sk…

Kylie Jenner has partnered with Scott Disick’s Talentless clothing company on a capsule collection.

The reality TV star is currently on vacation in the idyllic Turks and Caicos Islands to celebrate the successful launch of her skincare venture, Kylie Skin.

Kylie has documented the trip on social media, and on Wednesday posted a snap on Instagram showing her and some pals sporting matching light pink minidresses with the words Kylie Skin x Talentless splashed across the front in white text.

“New Kylie inspired @talentless merch available now,” the 21-year-old captioned the picture.

The photo also features Anastasia Karanikolaou, Yris Palmer, and Sofia Richie, who is the girlfriend of Talentless founder Scott, the father of Kylie’s older sister Kourtney Kardashian’s three children.

Accordingly, Sofia also uploaded the same image to her Instagram page with the words, “When my favourite people come together and make magic @talentless.”

The five-piece line is available to buy off the Talentless website, and includes the dress worn by Kylie and her friends, which is priced at $49 (£39). There is also a cropped T-shirt, sweatpants, boxing shorts, and hoodie, each of which comes in pink or white colourways.

Items are priced between $41 and $124 (£33 – £100).

Scott unveiled Talentless earlier this year, with the brand offering a range of comfortable hoodies, sweats, cargo pants and T-shirts.

And the TV personality, well-known for his role as the joker on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, cheekily revealed the inspiration behind his clothing label’s name in a recent chat with GQ magazine.

“I think it’s a big F-U (f**k you) to everybody in the world that basically said that anybody that was in the reality business 10, 15 years ago didn’t have talent,” he smiled.

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Kendall Jenner finally collaborates with younger sister Kylie Jenner

Kendall Jenner is finally collaborating with her younger sister Kylie Jenner on her cosmetics line. During a recent vlog post, the 21-year-old beauty billionaire quietly revealed that her model sister has created a lipstick and eyeshadow palette for t…

Kendall Jenner is finally collaborating with her younger sister Kylie Jenner on her cosmetics line.

During a recent vlog post, the 21-year-old beauty billionaire quietly revealed that her model sister has created a lipstick and eyeshadow palette for the hugely successful Kylie Cosmetics.

To celebrate the four-year anniversary of the brand, Kendall has designed a collection full of neutral hues, packaged in a baby pink and gold aesthetic, according to Vogue.

The sneak peek was unveiled during a video shared by Kylie, giving her fans a taste of her everyday life. The first look, spotted by an eagle-eyed fan on Instagram, also included some new Lip Kits, and a Kylie Skin sunscreen and travel-sized face wash and toner.

The vlog post also hinted at the campaign photos for the Kylie and Kendall collaboration, which appear to be the same face-to-face vibe set against a baby pink backdrop that Kylie and Kim Kardashian did for their collaboration.

While Kylie has collaborated with each of her older sisters – including Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian – for her cosmetics line, she revealed back in March that it has been difficult to work with Kendall due to her contractual obligations to skincare and make-up powerhouse Estee Lauder.

“You know, Kendall was in a contract for a really long time,” the mother-of-one shared in an Instagram Live Q&A with fans. “So I couldn’t do a collab with her. That’s the only reason why I didn’t collab with her. But… you know. We worked it out.”

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