What we expect to see in the upcoming Kendall x Kylie Cosmetics collaboration

Posted: 3 February 2020 8:52 am

Kendall and Kylie

The world’s highest-paid model is the last sister to team up with the billionaire makeup mogul.

Kendall Jenner announced a collaboration with Kylie Jenner on the Ellen DeGeneres Show Jan. 30.

“We’re very excited about it, “Jenner said. “We’ve actually not said anything that we were doing it yet, so this is the first time people will know.”

Jenner previously was under contract with Estee Lauder, which prohibited her from working with another brand. However, that contract ended in 2017, freeing up Jenner to work with Kylie Cosmetics.

“I might be wearing some of it tonight, right now,” Jenner said of the upcoming line.

Sisters Kim Kardashian-West, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and even Kris Jenner have all had collaborations with Kylie, leaving Jenner as the last sister to make her splash on the best-selling brand.

“I feel like we’re really going big, because we’re full blood,” Jenner added.

Knowing Jenner’s sultry, yet comparatively pared-down aesthetic — and judging from her makeup look on Ellen — we expect lots of bronze tones and nude lips with high shine.

Stay tuned for more on the collection as we pick up additional details.

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