Kylie Jenner has yet again held onto her title as Forbes’ youngest self-made billionaire for the second year in a row, thanks to the success of her beauty empire Kylie Cosmetics. Although her brand has earned her a ton of money (she sold 51% of it to Coty Inc. for $600 million last year), Jenner also makes a pretty penny thanks to her social media accounts - with a new study estimating she makes hundreds of thousands with a single Instagram post.With a following of over 175 million users, a study conducted by MyProtein estimated that she stands to earn $983,400 per sponsored post.
Celebrities are sharing near-naked pictures of themselves on social media - to encourage fans to stay at home during the Covid-19 lockdown. Among those taking part include models Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and
The couple released further details, some of which were "saddening."
The beauty mogul talks motherhood, raising Stormi in the spotlight and whether she's planning more kids.
Kylie Cosmetics founder Kylie Jenner shared a series of sultry photos of herself playing in the snow.
The one and a half year old wore a floor-length gown which was a dead ringer to the Versace gown her mother donned for this year’s Met Gala.
The 21-year-old entrepreneur and ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star is the highest paid influencer per Instagram post.
Want the billionaire's flawless complexion? You should avoid this scrub, apparently.
Kylie Jenner's new skin care line, Kylie Skin, doesn’t officially launch until 22 May but it's already facing criticism online. On Friday, the reality star announced her latest business venture on Instagram, unveiling a range of six products designed to suit every skin type, including a foaming face wash, vanilla milk toner, walnut face scrub, moisturiser, eye cream and vitamin C serum.However, one product has received backlash from beauty fans who claim its ingredients could be damaging.In a short video promoting her new Walnut Face Scrub, Jenner described the product as being so gentle that customers can use it every day.“I recommend two or three times a week, that’s how much I use it,” the 21-year-old said.“Some walnut face scrubs are kind of harsh on the skin, this isn’t too abrasive. It really leaves my face feeling super-baby soft.“It makes me look glowy and takes away dead skin cells.”While Jenner insists that the product is her “secret to a fresh face”, others have hit out at the self-made billionaire for using walnut powder – an ingredient that many social media users say is excessively harsh on the skin. “Well this is horrifying. A foaming face wash and a walnut scrub?!” one person wrote on Twitter.“Tragic to think that millions of girls will buy this trash and destroy their skin barriers."Another commented: “A WALNUT FACE SCRUB?! Why is Kylie trying to destroy our skin? Omfg.”While a third added: “Licensed Aesthetician here, you should not be exfoliating everyday!!!!! 1x a week MAX!! “And Walnut will cause micro tears in your skin, using it every day will result in couperose skin (broken capillaries).”Beauty industry watchdog Estee Laundry joined in on the debate on Instagram referring to Jenner’s product as “AbrasiveAF”.> I still can't believe Kylie promoted walnut exfoliating scrubs. She already has more money than 99.9% of the world and yet she's out here shilling products that'll destroy precious faces.> > — Morgan Jerkins (@MorganJerkins) > > May 15, 2019Alongside an image of Kylie Skin products, the caption read: “Laundrites, what are y’alls thoughts on KylieSkin?“So far we’ve yet to see an ingredient list yet but they’ve mentioned the face scrub includes walnut particles—a fancier version of the StIves scrub?”The comment refers to a $5m (£4m) lawsuit filed against beauty brand St.Ives in 2017 where two plaintiffs claimed the crushed walnut powder used in its Apricot Fresh Skin Scrub created microscopic tears in the skin, exposing it to infections and irritation.> Kylie Jenner’s walnut face scrub does wonders pic.twitter.com/uwgJ1CtQfS> > — Brian (@PhillyGinger) > > May 15, 2019Unilever, the company that makes the cream, hit back with a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, however, accusing the plaintiffs of raising “made up” allegations.U.S. District Court Judge Andrew J. Guilford agreed and dismissed the class action lawsuit claims.So, is walnut powder really bad for your skin? > View this post on Instagram> > Laundrites, what are y’alls thoughts on KylieSkin? So far we’ve yet to see an ingredient list yet but they’ve mentioned the face scrub includes walnut particles—a fancier version of the StIves scrub?🤔 AbrasiveAF GlossierMuch WheresTheTransparency KylieJenner> > A post shared by Estée Laundry (@esteelaundry) on May 14, 2019 at 7:50am PDTAccording to Dr Anil, a leading dermatologist specialising in anti-ageing treatments, walnut scrubs are not dangerous as long as you use them correctly. “As long as used appropriately, they are safe,” Dr Anil tells The Independent.“Anything abrasive can cause microtears, even any other scrubs on the market.Walnut scrubs have been around for many, many years. It’s known for its antioxidants, removing dead skin cells and blackheads and can improve texture and dullness.”Dr Anil recommends that walnut scrubs should be used twice a week with a good moisturiser and sunblock on top. However, if you have sensitive skin, Dr Anil suggests reducing this to once a week, especially if you use acid washes or scrubs with glycolic or salicylic acid in them.
From breast enlargement to botox, plastic surgery has long been considered a hush-hush topic in the Hollywood hills.But with a year-on-year rise in Brits going under the knife, A-listers are no longer afraid to get candid on the work they’ve had done.In 2017, former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham, famously penned a letter to her 18-year-old self writing: “I should probably say, don’t mess with your boobs. All those years I denied it – stupid. A sign of insecurity. Just celebrate what you’ve got.” The fashion designer reportedly underwent breast enlargement surgery back in 1999 and had them reduced in size a decade later. While some celebrities have had the works even if they’re still not quite sure it’s worth the price tag.Back in 2002, actress Jamie Lee Curtis revealed that she may as well have a plastic surgeon on speed dial.In an interview with Shape magazine, she said: “I’ve done it all. I’ve had a little plastic surgery. I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it.”From Kylie Jenner‘s not-so-secret lip fillers to Gwyneth Paltrow’s botox, these are the celebrities who have openly admitted to having plastic surgery.
The Grammy Awards are about the music, sure, but they’re also about the fashion. Check out the edgy, glamorous and downright bizarre looks the stars rocked at this year’s ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Photos: Getty Images)
The 21-year-old announced to her followers that she'd just tried cereal with milk for the first time.
Kylie Jenner today became the latest member of the Kardashian clan to join Adidas’s growing roster of superstar collaborators. Following in the footsteps of her sister Kendall Jenner and brother-in-law Kanye West, the 21-year-old cosmetics mogul has teamed up with the sports brand to re-launch the ’90s sneaker ‘Falcon’ by Adidas Originals. “I’ve always loved Adidas,” says Jenner, who announced the partnership via an Instagram Story.