And the lines have set the brunette beauty up as a major player in the industry, with Kylie's mother Kris Jenner claiming that Kylie Cosmetics has done an impressive £323 million in sales since launching. For comparison, WWD cites Tom Ford Beauty, which boasted $500 million in sales over a ten year period, with Lancôme taking eighty years to reach a billion dollars.
The biggest sales day, according to WWD, was November 21 when Jenner released her holiday collection.
Nineteen was a pretty busy year for Kylie; she starred in her own reality show, Life of Kylie, and expanded her makeup brand.
It's the first time Kylie has discussed financial details about her business.
Kylie Jenner's make-up brand, Kylie Cosmetics, was an instant success the moment it launched.
Since then, Kylie has expanded her range of lip kits with several different shades, but has also created new collections, such as highlighters, blushers, bronzers and themed bundles to celebrate Christmas and her birthday.
The raven-haired socialite added: "I just feel like this fame thing is going to come to an end sooner than we think". Consisting of a lip liner and matte liquid lipstick, the $29 kits sold out within a minute and sent prices on re-sale sites soaring.
So far, Kylie has only sold the products online and at temporary pop-up shops - ventures which drew huge crowds in Los Angeles and NY.
However, with help her go-to stylist Jen Atkin, who also works with Chrissy Teigen and Karlie Kloss, as well as some of Kardashian's own sisters, she's has recently made a transformation we absolutely love.
'I didn't know if I wanted to keep my whole line the same, consistent. The said series had its first airing last Sunday night and most of its part offered what nearly people would expect from a show starring Kylie.
Her brand of cosmetics, Kylie Cosmetics exists only since 2016.