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Kylie Jenner wants to open Kylie Cosmetics store

FashionBy Sunday World
Kylie Jenner wants to open Kylie Cosmetics store

Kylie Jenner wants to open a Kylie Cosmetics store.

The 18-year-old 'Keeping up With the Kardashians' star - who built up her beauty empire over two years before launching this year - has teased she would like to open a shop for her make-up brand, and has revealed plans for an outlet to accompany her e-store are "on the menu" for her ever evolving cosmetics company.

When Kylie was asked by a fan whether she will open a cosmetics shop via Twitter, she replied: "Dats on the menu (sic)."

Meanwhile, Kylie was forced to redesign her e-store earlier this year after it continually crashed on customers due to the high volume of traffic drawn to the platform.

Speaking previously about the amendments made to the web age, she said: "I'm going to change our holding page ("the line" which keeps my site from crashing because of the mass amounts of people) and find an alternative that still keeps my site up and running. I don't like it either. But I love you guys and my passion for my business is very serious. For the many many people who got their hands on one of my glosses or mattes I can't wait to see you in them."

And the teen entrepreneur - who boasts a make-up capsule expanding over 15 lip kits, which include a lipstick and lip liner duo, seven lip glosses, four metals as well as the recent Kyshadow eye make-up palette - unveiled three shades in her debut lipstick launch has revealed she never intended to release the "two nudes" Candy K and Dolce K to Kylie Cosmetics at the same time.

Speaking previously about her plans for the beauty brand, she said: "I wasn't going to do two nudes during my original launch, which included Dolce. But I just loved Candy so much, I didn't care!"

Although the brunette beauty has always intended to make the matte shade a "pink-nude", although she had to experiment with the colour a little.

She explained: "I was looking for a good pink-nude."