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Kylie Jenner is celebrating her 20th birthday today with some pretty amazing news. 

Kylie and Kris Jenner revealed to Women's Wear Daily exactly how much the expansive Kylie Cosmetics empire is actually worth, and the figure is jaw dropping. 

According to the duo, Kylie Cosmetics has amassed $420 million in retail sales since it launched 18 months ago. No big deal. 


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Kylie first tested the theory of Kylie Lip Kits back in November 2015, and what began as an experimental dip into the world of beauty has become a bona fide business for the 20-year-old. 

The company is on track to become a billion dollar business, with WWD estimating that Kylie Cosmetics will make another $386 million in retail sales in 2017.

With her limited edition collections selling out in seconds, and her permanent makeup pieces consistently selling well, it's no wonder Kylie is quite literally rolling on it thanks to her cosmetics concept. 


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It seems the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan can do no wrong when it comes to the world of beauty. 

All of her beauty experiments, from lip kits, to loose highlighters to eye shadow palettes sell out. 

While we're sure momager Kris has had a hand in guiding her daughter's business venture, this is more than impressive. 


Five hotels in Paris are pumping up their publicity this summer, by allowing customers to pay what they think their stay was worth.

Aldric Duval, the manager of the four-star Tour d’Auvergne hotel explains the idea behind the scheme:

“What we’re trying to do is see what our guests think of us, and how much they’re prepared to pay.

“They’ll fill out a questionnaire at the end of their stay giving the reasons for the value they’ve placed on our service. Of course, the risk for us is that someone may not be happy, in which case they’ll offer a low price, but we’re confident in the quality of our hotel and our staff.”

The hotels will then review their rates, according to the response from customers.

Apparently sales figures of businesses that introduce these kinds of schemes generally go up, rather than down.

If you want to avail of this scheme you have to book through the website payezcequevousvoulez.net, but hurry, each hotel is only putting two or three rooms aside for the scheme, so we imagine they’re going to fill up pretty quick.

It’s probably best not to feign horror at the ‘state’ of your room, and only pay a couple of euro as the experiment could be extended if it works out and people don’t abuse it. Though it would be tempting!