Kendall Jenner has already conquered the world of fashion and modelling, and now the 20-year-old can add beauty guru to her ever-growing list of accolades. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star has caused a stir amongst make-up addicts after revealing that she is releasing a palette of eyeshadow including glow-in-the-dark shades.
Kendall Jenner is launching glow-in-the-dark eyeshadow
Kendall has revealed she is launching the product with cosmetics giant Estée Lauder, for whom she is currently a brand ambassador, which will be available in Sephora stores in March.
"You guys, so this is my palette, I have my own Estée Edit palette," she revealed in a video for the brand. "I'm low-key freaking out inside and I think my head is exploding."
"This palette is super me, obviously because I created it," she continued. "I'm very simple, so a lot of the colours are super simple."
The star then shared a sneak peek at the variety of shades from blacks, browns, shimmering hues and purple. However, it's the glow-in-the-dark shades which Kendall revealed she's particularly excited about.
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"And then these ones are my favourite because they work in blacklight," she explained. "And that's really cool."
The reality TV star also quipped that her signature will also be printed on the palette's mirror so that her fans know it's "official". "My name is even on it, I signed it to make it official and so that you guys know that it's mine and this isn't a joke," she said.
With Fashion Month in full swing, it's no doubt been a busy few weeks for Kendall, who also recently filed a lawsuit in which she is suing an acne treatment company for $10 million for using her image without permission.
Kendall featured on label Cutera's advertisements for an acne solution in which they allegedly claimed that it had "left her with nearly flawless skin" – but the star claims she never made a deal with the label to promote the treatment.
The documents also highlight Kendall's contract with Estée Lauder, as well as underlining the fact that with her lucrative modelling contracts she can charge up to at least eight figures to endorse a product.