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Kylie Jenner praying for lip kit hype to die down

Kylie Jenner is “in discussion” with stores about stocking her make-up brand, but insists she won’t be going to a big retail outlet.

Kylie Jenner hopes that in the future, someone who wants a lip kit will be able to go online and buy one.

The 18-year-old reality star has become famous for her plumped up pout and gave fans the chance to copy her look by launching her own line of lip kits last year (15).

The range has been so hugely successful that it has sold out mere minutes after going on sale. While the popularity of the kits is something Kylie is thrilled to see, she also hopes the hype will die down soon.

“We only keep making more and more every single week and it sells out faster and faster,” Kylie told Adweek magazine. “Literally, I pray that it lasts more than 15 minutes every single time. I want people who just feel like buying a kit to be able to go online and buy it. I want that so bad. But right now, it doesn’t seem possible.”

Kylie recently teased fans on Snapchat with a shot of three new lip kit colours in honour of Coachella – a dark brown called Reign, a yellow gold hue and a rose gold shade named Heir.

The kits are currently only available online, but Kylie is considering having them stocked in stores at some point in the future.

“I’ve been thinking about it. Definitely not in the next year,” she explained. “But if I were to sell in stores, I don’t know that I would go to a big retail. I would probably just do everything on my own. But that is still in discussion. “

One thing that Kylie’s certain of is that she won’t rush into anything when it comes to her cosmetics brand. She’s determined to take her time and ensure the products are absolutely perfect.

“I feel like I’m juggling a lot right now, but my main focus is my cosmetics line,” said the brunette beauty. “There’s so much I want to do that I can’t really think about anything else. I want to take my time and work on each individual product until it’s perfect. I don’t want to rush into anything."

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