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Updated: Jan 25, 2023

Everything you need to know about the Kylie Cosmetics 2020 collection.

Kylie Jenner's first Kylie Cosmetics collaboration for 2020 is with her daughter Stormi. Ahead of the collection's launch, Jenner shared the first promo photos from the campaign on Instagram.

In an accompanying photograph, Jenner cradles Stormi, who looks positively angelic.

The cosmetics tycoon recently took to Instagram to share an off camera snap of her new Valentine's Day assortment, which seems, by all accounts, to be motivated by none other than prospective two-year-old Stormi and their common love of butterflies.

Stormi's subsequent birthday was on February 1, so the planning for a Valentine's Day dispatch appeared well and good. In the photograph, Stormi is seen working diligently seeing line sheets of a couple of items in the assortment. Under Stormi's arm is a photograph of new violet and butterfly-roused Lip Kit bundling. The little child's name is composed over the front of the container in purple sparkle. There's additionally a fix of a nine-dish eyeshadow palette.

The butterfly bundling is a delightful and new interpretation of an assortment for Valentine's Day, considering past assortments have adopted a progressively strict strategy with hearts and candy. All things considered, fans have since quite a while ago guessed that Stormi's name was motivated by the butterfly impact. Jenner and Stormi's dad Travis Scott both have coordinating butterfly tattoos, and Jenner has regularly shared photographs of different butterfly outfits, canvases, and adornments in the course of the most recent two years. Stormi's nursery was likewise enhanced with different butterfly themes.

Below you can see photos from the launch party

Stormi is as of now a gigantic Kylie Cosmetics fan. The new Stormi x Kylie Cosmetics assortment will probably be the first of numerous huge moves for the brand in 2020. Toward the finish of 2019, excellence monster Coty purchased a $600 million stake in the brand, bringing the all out assessment up toward $1.2 billion dollars.

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