Kylie Jenner has opened up on what she wants to happen to her Kylie Cosmetics business in the future, admitting her dream is for her daughter Stormi to take over the business.
Kylie Jenner wants to hand over her Kylie Cosmetics business to her daughter Stormi when she is old enough.
The 20-year-old star launched her makeup company, which specialises lipstick and lip liner 'lip kits', two years ago and it that time it has gone on to sell $630 million worth of products.
Kylie created the business herself, using $250,000 of her own earnings from modeling jobs to pay an outside company to produce the first 15,000 lip kits and things grew and grew from there, making worth an estimated $800 million now.
Although the pouting beauty knows she could make a fortune from selling up, she'd like her five-month-old daughter Stormi - her child with rapper Travis Scott - to inherit the business one day and continue her legacy because she wants to work on Kylie Cosmetics ''forever''.
Speaking to Forbes magazine, she said: ''Maybe one day [I'll] pass this on to Stormi, if she's into it.''
Kylie shot to fame with her mother Kris Jenner and siblings, Kendall Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian West and Rob Kardashian, on reality TV show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
Under Kris' guidance, her children all found revenue streams and careers with which to capitalise on their global fame with, but Kylie admits it took her a while to find something she was passionate about and that could best benefit from her enormous social media following.
Kylie - who has over 110 million followers on Instagram and 25.6 million Twitter fans - said: ''I struggled for a minute with finding something to do on my own.''
Kylie is famous for promoting her lip kits with her pouty pictures on her social media channels but she has now had all of the filler in her lips removed, returning to a natural look.
The mother-of-one's interest in makeup began when she was just 12 and at school, with her experimenting to make herself feel more confident. Kylie hopes girls who buy her products will get the same boost.
She said: ''Ever since I was in sixth grade, I would wear purple eye shadow. I turned to makeup to help me feel more confident.''