The teen make up kween strikes again!
Her Kylie Cosmetics Lipkits have already notched up an insane amount of fans thanks to their budge-proof, deep-pigmented shades and when Kylie Jenner launched her Kyshadow Palettes they were an instant hit, too. Now the 19-year-old has added yet another product to her ranges, the perfect accompaniment to her shadows – the Kyliner. See what she did there? So lucky her name is Ky-lie, eh…
It’s not the first time Kyles has branched out into liners. She previously released the bronze Kyliner set as part of her birthday collection (which was packaged in GOLD to celebrate her own birthday. Sassy) but is now launching a Black and Brown set. Each kit includes an eyeliner, gel pot to build the depth of liner and an angled brush, just the thing to perfect a Kardashian-Jenner-esque eye.
The sets launch on Tuesday 23rd August and are bound to be an instant sell out if any of her other launches are anything to go by.
After trying out her Lipkits, we reckon the eyeliner might prove to be one of the best on the market when it comes to staying power. The Lipkits are almost impossible to smudge or budge. We wore ours all day and night and didn’t suffer a single slip up.
Kylie roped in her BFF Jordyn Woods to model the brand new noir liner, posting a pic in Instagram showing Jords wearing her shimmery Copper crème shadow and a thick, slick cat’s eye flick.
It’s a good thing KJ has finally come up with a new product. While they were waiting for the cosmetics queen to come up with a new creation, Kylie’s fans have been getting creative, finding alternative uses for her Lipkits.
@LinaBugz posted a tutorial on how to get super cute faux freckles using Kylie’s True Brown LipKit. The vlogger used a teeny brush to paint random dots of the lip gloss across the bridge of her nose and cheeks then lightly blended using a blotter.
@mel_1379 was one step ahead of Jenner, using the Kristen Lipkit to create a striking red cat’s eye flick to match her pout.
Now she’s nailed the eyes and lips, surely the cheeks are next? Kycontour? Kybronze? Whatever it is, we’re interested.
By Ellen Kerry