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Kylie Jenner will launch a new lip colour for Kylie Cosmetics

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Kylie Jenner will launch a new lip colour for Kylie Cosmetics

Kylie Jenner is set to launch a new lip colour for Kylie Cosmetics.

The 18-year-old entrepreneur - who has built up her beauty empire for two years - has revealed a new "blue/black metal matte" lipstick called Majesty will join her cosmetic range, which includes nine matte lipstick and lip liner duo in Exposed, Kourt K, Candy K, Koko K, Dolce K, Mary Jo K, Posy K, True Brown and 22, metallic shades King K, Heir, and Reign, gloss finish style Like, Literally and So Cute.

The brunette beauty announced the news via Snapchat, and uploaded a video of her adorning the new lip colour to the Kylie Cosmetics account, with the caption: "NEW SHADE ALERT! Black metal matte. #MAJESTY (sic)."

Whilst another post sampling the colour on her hand read: "My new black/blue metal matte lipstick I just couldn't wait to share coming super soon. Check snapchat! (sic)."

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has recently modified the matte formula and the wand in the collection, along with the e-store to prevent it from crashing - has teased her make-up line will be re-stocked on Wednesday (25.05.16), although the date has since been pushed back to Thursday (26.05.16).

However it is not yet known if Majesty will launch with the re-stock this week.

Meanwhile, Kylie Cosmetics has admitted she was inspired to create a beauty capsule, after her favourite MAC Cosmetics lip colour would sell out after it was discovered she wore the colour Whirl.

Speaking previously she explained: "At the time, my favourite colour was M.A.C Whirl. I was really into it, but once everyone figured out what I was wearing, it would sell out.

"And that's how the Kylie Lip Kit came about."

However, Kylie is overwhelmed by the success of her business.

She explained: "I never imagined it would become what it has! In the beginning, I didn't care because I was doing it for me, but it's amazing how successful it is now."