Speculation is rife that we are going to get a Kylie Skincare range after she filed three trademark applications, one for Kylie Skin by Kylie Jenner and two for Kylie Skin.
According to Trademark Ninja, her company has filed trademarks for pretty much every product you can think of under the skin care umbrella: moisturisers, cleansers, face scrubs, toners, serums, masks, oils, peels, and face mists, among others.
Weirdly “Body powders” is also on the list.
She also filed another trademark for “Retail store services featuring skin care products, skin care preparation products, cosmetics, cosmetic preparations and gifts.”
Fans are speculating that this means she could be launching a Kylie Skin…spa? Imagine! Would they have endless episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians on loop in the waiting room? How Instagram worthy would that be?
It’s more likely Kylie is launching an in-store skin care service at American beauty shop Ulta, where her makeup products will be launching in brick-and-mortar locations for Christmas.
The website domain www.kylieskin.com was registered on July 2, 2018 so it looks like it will be available online too.
The 21-year-old has absolutely flawless skin so there’s no doubt her fans would be on board for any product that helps them achieve similar.
Teen Vogue revealed last year that Kylie is very experimental with her skin care products, although she tends toward those with all-natural ingredients.
She also likes to change her skincare regime as frequently as she changes her hairstyle but her all-time faves are Nip + Fab Dragon’s Blood Fix Serum, Nip + Fab’s Glycolic Fix Night Pads, Mario Badescu’s Drying Lotion, and Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate.
So perhaps we will see something similar in her new range.
According to the Kylie Cosmetics website, “Kylie is currently working in the Kylie Cosmetics Lab on a handful of new, top-secret products she’s creating to help give you that perfect ‘Kylie look’.”