The only thing plumping faster than Kylie Jenner’s lips is sales of her cosmetics line. Kylie Cosmetics, officially launched in February 2016, did $420 million in sales over the last 18 months, momager Kris Jenner told Women’s Wear Daily, which first reported the news (paywall). Kylie’s foray into the cosmetics space started in November when...
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