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Kylie Jenner's Nail Polish Line Is Here--And Still In Stock (For Now)

March 1, 2016 by Sara Alderman
shefinds | beauty

Kylie Jenner is already dominating the lipstick game, so it makes sense for her to take on a new beauty product. The reality star teamed up with Sinful Colors (it’s better than Chanel!) on three limited-edition nail polish collections. The first just hit stores, while the next two will be available in April and May.

The King Kylie Collection features 20 different shades described as “precious metals and crown jewels.” It’s a two-step faux gel manicure system that works by applying one color polish followed by a “SinfulShine” top coat.

But the best part has to be that each nail polish retails for just $2.99. Seriously! Kylie told WWD, “I wanted to do something innovative and accessible to my young fans.” Don’t let this be another lip kit sitch! This nail polish is definitely going fast.

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[Photo: Sinful Colors]

 

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