Kylie Jenner's Lip Kits Are Taking Over Hollywood: See the Stars Wearing Her Shades

02/25/2016 at 12:58 PM ET

If you’re one of the lucky ones who nabbed a Kylie Jenner lip kit, you’ve been bragging about it to your friends for quite some time now. You’re also in good company with Kylie’s best friends and the KarJenner Krew, who have all posted selfies wearing the matte shades. And now, Hollywood makeup artists seem to have gotten their hands on Kylizzle’s coveted kits, meaning the beauty maven’s star-studded fandom is growing outside of a world where names only start with K.

Olivia MunnPatrick Ta/Instagram



This week, makeup artist Patrick Ta posted a photo of his client, Olivia Munn, on Instagram, noting that her bold matte red lip was courtesy of one of Jenner’s newest shades, Mary Jo. And it seems that Ta is loving all the colors.

Before Munn, he gave Dolce K a try on model Lily Aldridge, and thanked Jenner for sending him the kits, adding that “the texture and the way the liners apply are unreal!”

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And Ta isn’t the only one to get his hands on the products — makeup artist Etienne Ortega (who often works with the KarJenners) also took Mary Jo for a spin, this time on Christina Aguilera.

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But if you haven’t gotten your hands on Kylie’s products yet, or lipstick just isn’t your thing, you can still get it on the action: Jenner’s newest foray into beauty, a 20-piece nail polish collaboration with Sinful Colors, just launched (and is still available!), so your tips can be touched by King Kylie as well.

What do you think of the stars wearing her shades? Tell us below!

— Jillian Ruffo

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enough_already on

“thanked Jenner for sending him the kits”
So basically they were sent free kits and used them.

Liberace on

How much do the Kartrashians pay you guys?

blah on

I don’t get it, she got lip injections !! why is she selling “lip kits” like that’s how she got her lips to look that way?

Ughhhhh on

It’s literally a lip liner and liquid to matte lipstick that you can buy online or at Sephora for cheaper?? I don’t get the hype

KIM on

I see one celebrity and that is Christina. Her makeup artist probably didn’t tell her that she was using the Plastic One’s “product”. And yes, by Kris Jenner SENDING THE KITS to people, isn’t the Plastic’s product going wild. Mac makes a FANTASTIC matte lip that probably doesn’t smell like fake hair and Tyga when applied.

Kani on

It seems that the Kardashian Jenner Clan owns People magazine.

e.e on

The lips makes the model on the second pic look dry and cracked with way too many lines. They don’t even look soft. I’ll stick to one with a moisturizer instead. Not buying this. Kylie got her lips surgically enhanced, she had no lips before and she looked like her father’s mouth. Not buying this product.

robin on

The stars buy her kit. Say what you want Kylie knows how to brand her products. She has millions of followers and people love her. So sorry haters your negative comments don’t matter.

Kelly on

People magazine, really? You must be bankrolled by this family.

Olivia Munn's lips before & after using Kylie Jenner's lip kit (PHOTOS) - How to do everything! on

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