A Kendall Jenner x Kylie Cosmetics Collab is Officially Happening
The rumours are true.
Up until this weekend, Kendall Jenner was the only Kardashian-Jenner sister to have not teamed up with Kylie Jenner on a line for Kylie Cosmetics – however, Kylie confirmed a Kendall collection is to be released imminently in a series of Instagram Stories over the weekend.
Taking to the social platform to reveal the collection, the youngest Jenner said that the collection has been in the works for a long time. “I am so excited to finally show you the Kendall x Kylie collection we’ve been working on for so long. We did this photoshoot for the packaging a year and a half ago. I’ve been so excited to finally collaborate with my sister. So yeah, with everything going on, it’s been pushed back a lot. So I’m very happy to finally be showing you guys.”
The collection includes a 15-shade eyeshadow palette, which Jenner revealed the sisters fought over because Kendall wanted more matte shades versus shimmer. The vibrant palette is full of eye-catching shades, many of which mimic those worn by Kendall in some of her most show-stopping looks to date. The collection also includes a bunch of new products, including a trio of face sticks consisting of a bronzer, blush and highlighter. “I am so excited for these cream sticks to join the Kylie Cosmetics family,” Kylie said of the products, revealing that they are to become a permanent part of her core collection moving forward. Noting that the three colours in this collection are “Kendall’s signature shades,” Jenner said she has a “full range coming out a week after the Kendall drop” for anyone who doesn’t find their perfect shade in these three products.
Kendall’s collection also sees the introduction of a mattifying cream-powder hybrid blotting powder, a lip blush kit and the Everything, Everywhere Gloss – a shimmery gold gel that can be applied, as the name suggests, anywhere and everywhere you’d like a little extra shine this summer.
The collection officially launches this Friday, June 26, with a portion of the sales going “towards defending the rights and voices of black trans people in honour of pride month,” Jenner revealed.