Hold on to your lip kits, kids! Kylie Jenner took to Twitter on Thursday, Nov. 2, to announce that she will be launching several Kylie Cosmetics pop-up shops at Topshop stores across the U.S. According to the 20-year-old makeup mogul, fans will be able to buy lip kits, Kylighters, and Kyshadow in person starting this month.
— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) November 2, 2017
“I’m so excited to announce my Kylie Cosmetics pop-ups at Topshop. This November, I’ll be opening Kylie Cosmetics pop-ups at seven Topshop locations,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star said in a short video clip, before listing the blessed cities to receive such an honor: LA, Las Vegas, NYC, Chicago, Miami, Houston, and Atlanta.
If you don’t live in or near one of the above cities, we suggest you book a plane ticket ASAP. (JK, but not really.) As fans are well aware, this isn’t the first time Kylie has opened pop-up shops. Though the stores weren’t solely dedicated to her cosmetics line, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan opened several retail locations earlier this year for a limited time. There, she sold her wildly popular online merch.
While she loves to dabble in fashion design, Kylie Cosmetics is the E! personality’s No. 1 passion. “Ever since I was probably 15, I’ve been obsessed with lipstick and I was insecure about my lips, so I went to a store and I bought every single lip liner that looked like the color of my lips, so people didn’t think I was wearing lip liner,” she said on Life of Kylie this past summer. “And I just, like, would over-line my lips as much as I could. But I could never find a lip liner and a lipstick that were the perfect match, so that’s how Kylie Lip Kits started.”
Back in August, Women’s Wear Daily reported that Kylie Cosmetics had amassed $420 million in retail sales and was on its way to hitting $1 billion by 2022. Kylie, who is pregnant and expecting her first child with boyfriend Travis Scott, can still hardly believe her success.
“I never imagined that Kylie Cosmetics would grow to what is has. Being my own CEO has definitely changed my confidence. Having Kylie Cosmetics keeps me going. When I first launched Kylie Cosmetics, I ordered a really small amount and I was almost certain it wasn’t going to sell out,” she said on LoK. “My mom [Kris Jenner] calmed me down and was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, Kylie. You’re gonna do great.’ None of us knew how big it was going to be.”