Since launching Kylie Cosmetics over three years ago, Kylie Jenner has collaborated with all of her sisters (and even momager Kris Jenner!), with the exception of Kendall Jenner. But according to Kylie, that’s about to change.
During a candid Instagram Live video that the makeup mogul, 21, posted as she got her hair and makeup done for a night out, Kylie revealed that a Kylie Cosmetics collaboration with sister Kendall is in the works.
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“Can we also get a collab with Kendall?” Kylie said as she read one of her fans’ questions out loud. Afterwards, she winked to the camera, put one finger up to her mouth and said, “Shhh,” appearing to hint that the collection will come soon.
Kylie went on to explain that the reason she and Kendall haven’t done a Kylie Cosmetics collaboration yet is because her supermodel sister was in a longtime makeup contract with Estée Lauder.
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“You know Kendall was in a contract for a really long time so I couldn’t do a collab with her,” Kylie said. “That’s the only reason why I didn’t collab with her..”
She added, “But, you know, we worked it out.”
(While Kendall may not have a makeup contract at the moment, she is the face of Formawell Beauty‘s line of hair styling tools.)
This wouldn’t be the first time the Jenner sisters worked together. The two first became business partners at ages 15 (Kylie) and 17 (Kendall), when they created their own clothing line for PacSun in 2013. Though Kylie said they did “butt heads” at the time, the sisters loved designing together so much that they created a limited-edition line with Topshop and later, launched their own collection, Kendall + Kylie.
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“Designing is something that we’ve always wanted to do,” Kylie told WWD in 2015.
Kendall added, “This is all us. It’s enjoyable to be able to fully create. It’s a lot different from our Topshop and PacSun collections because those were both collaborations, so they obviously had a say in everything.”