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Kylie Jenner creating make-up line?

Published 17/08/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner might be launching a lip range after hinting at the venture online.

The reality star, who celebrated her 18th birthday a week ago, has become famous for her daring make-up choices, previously making her lips look fuller by drawing them on before getting fillers.

It seems Kylie is planning to use her love of cosmetics to her advantage as she has suggested something big in the beauty world will have her name stamped on it.

"Brown lips #KylieLipKit stay tuned (sic)" she wrote alongside a photo of herself smouldering at the camera wearing a dark brown lip colour. She also appears to be wearing fake lashes in the Instagram shot, while her long brown hair tumbles down past her shoulders.

Kylie has been wearing an array of grown-up outfits to go with her mature make-up looks over the past year and has upped her game since turning 18. Over the weekend she jetted out to Canada to continue her birthday celebrations at Beachclub in Pointe-Calumet, Montreal.

During her bash she dazzled in two different outfits; one was a long-sleeved minidress with bright patterns all over while her second consisted of a white bandeau top with a matching skirt. She kept her beauty look natural, with nude lips and warm brown eyeshadow.

Kylie may enjoy getting dolled up, but she recently claimed that she only wears cosmetics when going all out.

“I never really wear make-up unless I need to, because when I do my make-up I like to really do my make-up,” she explained to Teen Vogue. “So I’m never going to spend just 20 minutes, you know? A good night out is, like, two and a half hours for full make-up, curling hair, whatever. I love false lashes - individuals, strips, extensions."

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