It looks like makeup mogul Kylie Jenner had to make a tough call when it came to her beauty brand Kylie Cosmetics. As a result of the wildfires that are overtaking the LA area, her Oxnard, CA, factory was forced to shut down. Though it's unfortunate, we're happy to hear that the safety of her employees trumps the demand for lip kits. To see Kylie's statement about the closure, watch the video below:
Not only does Kylie Cosmetics have extra orders to process thanks to the holidays, but the company also released a handful of new products in anticipation. The 20-year-old launched an all-inclusive line of concealers, which boasts 30 shades. On top of that, she also debuted a line of bullet lipsticks and a brush set that costs $360.
Plus, the lip kit queen recently launched an ice cream-style truck that serves as its own version of a pop-up shop. The pink automobile carries products like eyeshadow palettes, lipsticks, and other merchandise. The vehicle has made various stops in California, but Kylie hasn't promoted it in person — which we suspect is due to the rumors she's having a baby.
One fan who went to The Grove in LA to see the truck told The Hollywood Reporter she was upset by Kylie’s absence. “I was [expecting to meet her], but she hasn’t been seen by fans in months because of the whole issue with the pregnancy, so I thought I probably wouldn’t meet her,” she said.
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