On Wednesday, Forbes announced its newest cover star Kylie Jenner, proclaiming that with the help of her app, clothing line, oh, and beauty empire Kylie Cosmetics, she's "set to be the youngest-ever self-made billionaire"—which is a pretty big deal for anyone, let alone a soon-to-be 21-year-old.
In the interview with the publication, she opened up about Kylie Cosmetics, stating that she wants to work on the company "forever."
However, mom Kris Jenner said they haven't completely ruled out the idea of selling it to another company. "It's always something that we're willing to explore," she said. Forbes valued Kylie Cosmetics at a staggering $800 million—a huge figure, but even more impressive when considering she grew to that number from $250,000, starting the brand with her own money.
In March Kylie released a makeup collection inspired by daughter Stormi, who was born the previous month, of palettes and products with names such as "Eye of the Storm" and "Aquarius," which is her baby's zodiac sign. Stormi has clearly been a source of inspiration for her mom's makeup line and, one day, may become an even bigger part of Kylie Cosmetics.
"Maybe one day [I'll] pass this on to Stormi, if she's into it," she said in the interview. And if Stormi is "into it," she's going to be one boss baby running an almost billion-dollar beauty empire. That, or she could go into an entirely different field because she's Stormi freaking Webster and the world is her oyster.
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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.