Billionaire Kylie Jenner is Planning to Start Yet Another Company, and It’s Not Cosmetics
Being the youngest billionaire on the planet, Kylie Jenner is unarguably one of the greatest entrepreneurs who’s worth her salt. She launched Kylie Cosmetics in 2016 and has over the years made moves that have earned her brand a $900 million valuation (she owns it all, by the way) in addition to making her a billionaire at 21. That’s really something.
Entrepreneurs are naturally ambitious, and Kylie is no different. Earlier in the year, she took to Twitter to announce that she would be launching something big in May. Hardly the first week of May had passed when she confirmed that she would launch Kylie Skin, a skincare line.
Die-hard Kylie fans had seen this coming, going back to October last year. The 21-year-old filed a Kylie Skin trademark back then, sparking rumors that a skincare line was in the offing. Come May 22, 2019, and Kylie Skin was officially on the market.
Thinking about it, the skincare line makes complete sense. After the success that has been Kylie Cosmetics, why not continue in the same spirit? Reportedly, Kylie Cosmetics has sold make up worth $600 million since its inception.
The reality television star was the first of her siblings to branch off with a personal cosmetic brand, with Kim following in her footsteps in 2017. Rumor also has it that Kendall is working on something, and if the past few years have taught us anything about this family, we can all assume that it’s going to be huge.
According to Kylie, she has been toying with the idea of a skincare line soon after launching her beauty brand. As she said on Twitter, she felt as though she had worked on it for a lifetime, and she was proud to announce its launching.
In the same tweet, she appreciated how much she had learned from her initial brand, and she hopes to use all that to make Kylie Skin as big a brand as Kylie Cosmetics is.
Tough but Rewarding
Evidently, it was tough trying to birth Kylie Skin as an entity completely independent from its counterpart brand, but being the shark, she is, Kylie managed to do it. The success is usually sweeter when you had to work harder for it, right?
Going by the new brand’s campaign video, skin care products come packaged in millennial pink. The products themselves are eye cream, vitamin c serum, face moisturizer, vanilla milk toner, walnut face scrub, and foaming face wash.
These six are the brand’s flagship products, and Kylie intends to broaden the scope as they progress. Is there any doubt that the brand is going to be a hit?
The face wash, Kylie explained via Instagram, was the first of all the six products as she already knew exactly how she wanted it. As she went on, the wash has a luxurious formula and its smell is to die for.
Kylie displayed all six products to her followers and revealed that the prices all run for $30 or less. Quite the bargain, with a set of all six going for $125!
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