The Lip Craze that’s Gone Absolutely Wild
Hi there, beauties and lovelies. Tink here dropping some sparkly goodness all over your face. Here is something everyone has already heard about but maybe not everyone may own. So here’s a question for you and be really ugly honest.
“Do you own a Kylie Jenner Lip Kit?”
Kylie Jenner has made quite a following for herself.
Her new lippies never seam to fail us. She is constantly coming out with new colors and better formulas. It is so wanted that every time she restocks online her colors get sold out immediately. As of now she currently has twelve matte, liquid lipstick colors, four metallic lip colors, and four glosses. They come packed with a creamy lip liner and a liquid lipstick. It’s fabulous. Well that’s what mostly everyone is raving. Check out youtube for yourself.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Kylie is really making things interesting. If you don’t already have her on snapchat, go and add her. She recently posted a few short videos of her hinting to keep a lookout for Kylie Jenner Cosmetic Stores. Amazeballs!
The formula has been changed and Kylie seeks to have her lip kits perfected for all of her die hard fans. And I mean that literally, die hard. People are buying the lip kits and selling them out. DO NOT BUY Kylie Jenner lip kits FROM EBAY. People are selling the kits for ten thousand dollars! Muahaha! Evil isn’t it? You might as well take a trip to Hawaii instead of buy a Kylie Jenner Lip Kit off of Ebay. Just saying.
The most popular of her cosmetic line is her matte liquid lipsticks. Not only do they have the cutest of names like, “Dolce K,” “Mary Jo K,” and “Candy K,” but they have sexy packaging as well. They smell magnificent! Just like cupcakes. They are meant to be long lasting, transfer proof, succulent colors. They dry pretty quickly and feel great on your lips. It feels almost like nothing is there. It’s not extra drying on your pout like some matte lipsticks are and the colors are suitable for all skin tones. Her newest colors is “Skylie” and “Freedom.” Both shades of blue for the Fourth of July.
So back to the first question I asked…