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Kim Kardashian Reveals the Inspiration Behind Her Kylie Cosmetics Lip Kit Collaboration

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Kim Kardashian West is ready to help her little sister Kylie Jenner expand her cosmetics empire.

Soon after announcing the KKW x Kylie lip kit collection, Kylie Cosmetics shared an Instagram video of Kardashian explaining the inspiration behind the limited-edition, four-piece nude liquid lipstick collection.

“My makeup looks definitely put me in a mood, definitely give me different personalities,” she shares in the video. “I wanted to do all nude shades because that’s really all that I wear. So I have so many different shades of nudes that I wear, so I just wanted to, you know, bring them into our collection.”

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Only Nudes! #kkwXkylie

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And it wasn’t only Kardashian’s idea to go nude. Jenner shared a Snapchat preview of the launch, which will be available on Tuesday, April 25th at 3pm PST, explaining that the shade direction was only natural. “Wouldn’t be a Kim Collab without 4 nudes,” she wrote.

Kardashian doubled down on the enthusiasm in a post on her app Tuesday, writing, “So much fun shooting with my little twin sissy for our KKW X KYLIE cosmetics collab. Chris Appleton did my hair and Mario Dedivanovic did my makeup using the KIKI Shade from the collection. Kylie and I both went with sleek, straight hair. Kylie’s hair was done by Tokyo Stylez and her makeup was by Ariel Tejada.”

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Jenner also revealed previews of the shades, ranging from a dusty rose to a brownish-nude, which feature a brand new cream-based formula.

Créme #KKW

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