Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian look incredible in skintight outfits as sisters launch Kylie’s skincare range – The Sun

Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian look incredible in skintight outfits as the clan helped launch Kylie's new skincare range.

The theme for the Kylie Skin launch party was pink to tie in with the branding of the new range, with the 21-year-old host opting for a cutout bandeau mini dress.

Sister Khloe, 34, dazzled in a well-fitted latex-look catsuit.

Khloe even matched her hair to her outfit, temporarily dying her hair and ponytail extensions pink.

It was a family affair with Kourtney, 40, Kim, 38 – who has just welcomed her fourth child, son Psalm, with husband Kanye West – matriarch Kris, 63, and Kylie's dad Caitlyn, 69, joining the Los Angeles event.

The only member seemingly missing was supermodel Kendall, 23.

All guests were given a pair of pink roller skates to make their way around the huge venue, which featured a bar centrepiece, pink walls and lighting, and huge TVs screening Kylie's face.

Guests – who included supermodel Shanina Shaik and Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen – were treated to a free bar of pink cocktails, and ate pizza, chips, noodles and sushi.

In one Instagram story, Kylie videoed herself cuddling up to Caitlin, screaming: "I love you."

She was seen leaving the event hand in hand with her new bestie, Instagram model and influencer, Raven Tracy.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has spent a whole year creating her six-step skincare line and has been trying out the products on her own skin for 10 months.

The pink-packaged range includes a Foaming Face Wash, Walnut Face Scrub, Vanilla Milk Toner, Face Moisturiser, Vitamin C Serum and Eye Cream.

It adds to her £710 million cosmetics empire which she founded in 2016, and helped make her the youngest self-made billionaire – although in a goody bag treated to guests, a card read:"This is just the beginning"

But beauty enthusiasts online have already blasted the Walnut Face Scrub as "dangerously abrasive" and damaging to the skin – despite Kylie ensuring it's a "gentle but very effective" way to clear up skin – and recommends using it three times a week.

"Microscopic tears in the top layer of the skin allows bacteria to enter the deeper layers of the skin," experts ruled after St Ives facial scrubs were found to cause more damage than good as part of a lawsuit in 2017.

Kylie, who is mum to 15-month-old, Stormi, teased that she had some exciting news soon after Kim tweeted about her son's arrival a couple of weeks ago.

After leaving fans convinced that she was pregnant again, Kylie spilled all of the details about her latest business venture, admitting that it felt like she had been working on Kylie Skin for "a lifetime".

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