Published: 22:10 EDT, 6 November 2018 | Updated: 16:27 EDT, 7 November 2018
She launched her own makeup line back in November 2015.
And with the company nearly three years old and worth nearly $1 billion, Kylie Jenner announced on Tuesday that her products would finally be expanding from online to in-stores.
Surprise! Kylie Jenner took to Instagram Stories on Tuesday to announce that her nearly $1 billion cosmetics line would be officially stocked 'in every single Ulta store' from next Friday
'Alright guys, so I'm very excited to finally announce that Kylie Cosmetics will be in every single Ulta store on the 17th of this month,' she shared.
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'So I'm going to be starting of with just my best lip kits first, and then I'm going to be expanding and adding a lot more things super fast. So palates and all that good stuff.'
Kylie made the announcement whilst driving in a car with a black tracksuit and a long blonde, newly-dyed hairdo styled into waves.
One step at a time: 'So I'm going to be starting of with just my best lip kits first, and then I'm going to be expanding and adding a lot more things super fast. So palates and all that good stuff'
It's official! Both the Ulta Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics social media pages shared the exciting news as well
The beauty mogul, who regularly changes up her hair color, showed off the new 'do on her Instagram account, referring to the shade as 'Barbie blonde'. The style was created by her go-to hairstylist Chris Appleton, who revealed that he used Lime Crime Unicorn Hair Tint in Tweet mixed with the brand's Hair Mixer in Dilute to get the ideal shade of 'golden blonde' for her.
To ensure the color stands the test of time - and doesn't damage the hair - he used Color Wow's Color Security Conditioner, followed by the brand's Kale Cocktail and Dream Coat.
Kylie clearly loved the shade and couldn't wait to unveil it on her Instagram.
She had on a full face of makeup and sported a pair of rectangular framed Prada prescription glasses.
Both the Ulta Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics social media pages shared the exciting news as well.
After the news of Kylie's arrival to the makeup chain was announced back in late August, Ulta CEO Mary Dillon opened up about what their partnership meant for the company's value on the stock market.
Exciting times: After the news of Kylie's arrival to the makeup chain was announced back in late August, Ulta CEO Mary Dillon opened up about what their partnership meant for the company's value on the stock market'
'Kylie Jenner is a highly influential force in the beauty industry,' she began in a conference.
'This brand addition is yet another example of successfully digitally native brands valuing a brick-and-mortar partnership with Ulta Beauty to extend their reach with consumers.'
According to CNBC, the day before the August 31 announcement, the shares had fallen more than six percent following their 'mixed fiscal second-quarter earnings report.'
However, the Friday morning news saw the stock skyrocket as much as 10 percent, hitting a 52-week high of $268.88.