Kylie Jenner is set release a new Kylie Cosmetics collection in celebration of her 19th birthday of August 10.
Kylie Jenner is to release a limited edition Kylie Cosmetics make-up collection to mark her 19th birthday.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star will drop the exciting range at 3pm on August 1 but fans will need to be quick if they want to get their hands on her stunning exclusive pieces as they'll only be available for 10 days.
Taking to her Snapchat account on Sunday (31.07.16), she teased: ''I've been working on this for too long.''
The brunette beauty then pulled out a black make-up bag with a huge pair of lips stuck on the front and a 'K' zipper.
Inside the bag is a selection of goodies; including a eyeliner and gel liner - Kyliner - in the shade dark bronze.
She explained: ''This is my first ever Kyliner for my birthday edition collection. I really wanted to launch with dark bronze because that's what I wear every day.''
But her birthday edition didn't stop there as she's also included a mini matte liquid lipstick pack featuring her popular glosses Dolce, Exposed, Candy, KoKo, Kristen, and her new maroon limited edition shade Leo.
She's also created a new gloss called Poppin' in a gorgeous orange shade infused with real gold pieces.
She said: ''Everything in this collection is infused with real gold. Everything has real gold in it.''
The talented businesswoman has also bundled in a new metal matte lipstick called Lord and create her first ever crème shadows in the shades rose gold and gold.
Despite the range only being available until August 10 - Kylie's birthday - she's adamant she's created enough for everyone and no one will be left disappointed.
She said: ''There will be enough for everybody.''
And, although the pieces all come together in the gorgeous make-up bag for the price of $195, Kylie has revealed fans can also buy the items individually.
She added: ''You can buy everything separate.''
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