Kylie Jenner wants to release foundations and blushers to Kylie Cosmetics as well as concealers and bronzers.
Kylie Jenner wants to release foundations and blushers to Kylie Cosmetics.
The 19-year-old 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has built up her beauty brand for over two years - has admitted she is desperate to expand her ever growing make-up line to include ''foundations, concealers, blushes and bronzers''.
The beauty mogul - who celebrated her birthday in the Turks and Caicos Island with her family and friends earlier this month - shared her aspirations for this year on her website thekyliejenner.com.
She wrote: ''I can't believe I'm 19!!! When I look back at the past year and all that has happened, it's seriously crazy. I can't even imagine what this next year will bring - not only for me, but for my friends and family too! Check out some of my hopes and dreams for my 19th year!
''Kylie Cosmetics dream achievement: I want to release foundations, concealers, blushes and bronzers!''
And the brunette beauty - who is set to launch two new eye liner sets in brown and black, which will include a gel pot, eyeliner and brush, to her e-store on Tuesday (23.08.16) - has admitted she is ''obsessed'' with the pink cheeky powder, especially British make-up artist and beauty mogul Charlotte Tilbury's two-part palette in her Cheek to Chic Swish and Pop cosmetic line.
Speaking previously about her essential make-up products, Kylie - who is currently dating 'Rack City' hitmaker Tyga - said: ''I'm seriously obsessed with blush. I have tried so many different brands and I love a lot of them, but there's one that stands out!
''Charlotte Tilbury's Cheek to Chic Swish and Pop collection is a two-part blush and my favorite palette is Love is the Drug. You're supposed to 'swish' the outer shade on your cheekbone and 'pop' the centre colour on the apple of your cheek and blend the two.''
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