Kim Kardashian West and Kylie Jenner both recently announced major rebranding overhauls of their beauty companies — and rumors about what's really going on abound.
A beauty product — and a celebrity brand — for every taste.
The cosmetics conglomerate will acquire a 20% stake in the KKW Beauty business and help it expand into new categories.
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It's certainly an inspiring way for the entrepreneur behind a massively successful cosmetics company to give back.
Like so many companies around the globe, KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics have temporarily ceased product fulfillment.
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Old-school endorsement deals don't seem to satisfy celebs anymore.
The news comes after months of rumors about a deal.
She will also serve as "artistic director" for the makeup look at the label's Spring 2020 show.
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Remember Kardashian Beauty?
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Before KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics, there was... a whole hell of a lot of legal controversy.
Apparently the dress code was all about keeping things tight, bright and sparkly.
A new investment puts it at an estimated $1 billion, as compared with the reality star brand's $800 million.