Kylie Jenner landed herself on a cover of Forbes this month, all interjection to her association Kylie Cosmetics. The makeup noble is now estimated to be value a cold $900 million, and she’s approaching to be a world’s youngest self-made billionaire when she turns 21.
The success speaks to usually how constant Jenner’s fans are to her makeup line. New products fly off shelves (both digital ones and during her pop-up stores) in record time. In a article, Jenner teased that a new pop-up store could be entrance soon, and it could have a really cold new feature: a Lip Kit vending machine.
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“You guys, suppose this, though all in mouth kits,” Jenner says in a article, branch her iPhone X to her group of employees so they can see a referenced visual. “I consider it needs to be a transparent vending appurtenance where we see all a colors.” Though she launched a association behind in 2016 with usually 3 Lip Kit shades, Jenner now has dozens of colors and several textures to shop—enough to fill some-more than one vending machine.
#kyliepopupshop in #nyc is flattering gosh damn #gorgeous inside! My favorite was a #lipkitwall that #never ran out of #colors and had roughly ever #lipkitbykylie! The store itself was large and there was copiousness of space to travel around (about 20/30 people were in there during a time)! #kyliepopupshop #kyliecosmetics #thekylieshop #kyliejenner
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The lines for her pop-ups shops are already unbelievably long, with some fans watchful for hours usually to get their hands on Kylie-branded underwear, merch, and makeup. We suppose a Kylie Cosmetics Vending Machine will be a viral Instagram hit, most like her wall of Lip Kits was behind when she initial non-stop a sell store.
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Jenner wouldn’t be a initial beauty code to have a vending machine. Benefit Cosmetics, Sephora, Huda Beauty, and Chanel Beauty have all had vending machines during one time or another to foster their products.