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Kylie Jenner teases plans for cosmetics store

Published 08/11/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner is setting up a brick-and-mortar Kylie Cosmetics store, where she will sell her popular Lip Kits.

Kylie Jenner's fans will soon be able to shop her cosmetics online and in person.

The reality TV star and entrepreneur has given fans a sneak peek into her brick-and-mortar Kylie Cosmetics store, which she announced on Instagram is coming "soon".

Kylie took to social media on Monday (07Nov16) to share two behind-the-scenes shots of her inside the space, which currently only features a large white checkout counter.

"MY VISION. I can’t wait for you guys to see what goes on inside my mind & what I’ve been working on. 100% Kylie," she captioned one her posts.

Kylie first hinted that a Kylie Cosmetics store was in the works in June (16), when she posted videos on Snapchat while browsing retail locations.

While it is unclear where the 19-year-old is planning to set up her first shop, opening a boutique would be a natural progression for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, as her Lip Kit empire is growing rapidly.

What started out as a couple of matte lipsticks has quickly snowballed into a make-up line which now includes glosses, metallics and eyeshadows, though the products are currently only available to purchase online.

News of the store comes a few days after Kylie announced her collaboration with her sister Khloe Kardashian.

As usual, the platinum blonde took to social media to reveal the news that Khloe has hand-picked liquid lipstick colours for the Koko Kollection, a special holiday set.

The line includes four liquid lipsticks, whose shade names are Khlo$, Okurrr, Damn Gina and Gorg, which are presented in pretty gold tubes.

While the Koko Kollection will be out on 9 November (16), Kylie also reveals that she will be soon rolling out other holiday surprises for fans.

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