Posts Tagged ‘Kylie Jenner’


Friday, May 11th, 2018


Mothers and daughters are known to have rather complicated relationships … but what does it mean if your mom hijacks your Instagram account?  If you are Kylie Jenner and your mom/momager is Kris Jenner, you simply enjoy the ride — all the way to the bank!  According to @KrisCosmetics Kris promises to be taking over the beauty account “ONLY FOR A LITTLE,” while displacing @KylieCosmetics.  “Kylie will have her #kyliecosmetics account back soon,” Kris assures, while promoting her upcoming Kris X Kylie Collection, which launches t 3pm PST on Mother’s Day.

The on-line exclusive collaboration will feature a “You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie” highlighter and blush palette, $48, an eight-shade Momager Mini Lip Kollection (shades are called, Middle Finger, That’s Wild, Too Blessed and Boss),  $42“I Have One Word For Tonight … Vodka” eye shadow palette (including shades, It’s an Emergency, 10%, Very Nice and Impressed) $42, a nude lipstick, $17, and liner, $12.  “Eventually, the end goal is being a major global brand, so that it’s not only available online internationally, but actually found internationally in retail space,” Kris Jenner shared with WWD.


Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Kylie Jenner is tickled pink!  In anticipation of the KOURT X KYLIE launch with sister Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie took a detour from her signature dark liner and nude lid, and opted for a flash of futuristic fuchsia.  Sharing the look on Instagram, Kylie wore shades from the green and pink palettes (MA$E all on the lid with DIAMOND in the inner corners), two of three launching on Tuesday, April 24th at 3pm PST at Kylie Cosmetics.


Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
After teasing her new Pressed Blush Powders from Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner is taking some heat.  With names like Virginity, Barely Legal, Hot & Bothered, Hopeless Romantic, and X-Rated, there is little room for the imagination!  Fans have taken to Twitter and Instagram to challenge the new mother on the message she is relaying.  From comments like “Virginity is definitely not Kylie shade” and “I’m glad my girls, nieces & their friends don;t look up to them as role models nor want me to purchase their cheap products,” to “When you have millions of teenage fans who look up to you, what do you name your new blushers? ‘Virginity’ ‘Barely legal’ and ‘X-rated’ of course. Really?” and “Seems she’s getting desperate for att. & any way to get her name out there,even at the expense of her young fans is ok. Disgusted,”  its clear that there is a moral backlash brewing.