Kylie Jenner has announced the latest restock of one of her popular skin products, as she modeled the item herself while wearing a skimpy pale pink bra this week, and it seems that it was not enough to get Travis Scott‘s attention for Valentine’s Day.
The mogul, who always makes her female fans green with envy by showing off the massive and elaborate flower display put together by her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Travis Scott, did not do that this year.
Instead, she shared a sweet photo of the bouquet she sent over to her mother, Kris Jenner.
Many deducted that the reports from PEOPLE magazine and E! are accurate — Stormi Webster‘s parents are no longer together.
Kylie Jenner might be unlucky in love; she sure is winning career-wise. She has announced the latest restock of the Kylie Skin Lip Oil.
The 23-year-old founder struck a pose for the camera and applied the lip oil for her 215 million Instagram followers to see.
Her long hair and hair extensions flowed down to one side of her body as she looked into the camera and displayed the lip oil bottle and applicator.
Kylie Jenner applied some of the oil to her own lips for the photo, describing the product as “the most hydrating lip product yet” from her collection and thanking fans for “all the love.”
Her makeup had been applied in a minimal style compared to some of her more drastic looks, and she accessorized with a pair of gold earrings.
Kylie Jenner told her followers she was “obsessed with the applicator” and that the oil felt “amazing on the lips.”
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has launched Kylie Skin and Kylie Cosmetics over recent years and was named the highest-earning celebrity in 2020 after selling off the majority of the shares.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the brands have continued to release new products and restock their popular ranges, with Kylie often popping up on social media to advertise them herself.
The lip oil was restocked on Thursday and, as usual, was a huge hit with fans. Last year, Kylie Skin sparked controversy when they listed a $7 hand sanitizer for sale and were criticized for trying to profit from the pandemic.
However, the product was defended by many fans who pointed out that Kylie had donated a large batch of the sanitizers to nearby hospitals, as well as making cash donations.