Kylie Jenner Lip Kits Are Now Available In Montreal

If you follow me on social media, then you might know I recentely ombred TF out of my hair.

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I'm really scared about touching my hair. I was an artificial redhead for a little while, and then I ran back my natural chestnut hair so quickly it wasn't even funny.

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But then I got bored of the brown, and decided to take the plunge and change my hair again. This time, I wanted to go ombre, because if I didn't like it, then whatever, it'd be easy to change.

Naturally, I went to one of the best salons I could find for my transformation: Salon Koukla (4648 Boul St-Laurent). My hair came out awesome and I love it, but despite the four paragraph spiel about it, this isn't about my hair.

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This is about Kylie Jenner's lip kits.

Just as I was going to leave the salon, I noticed something on the counter that caught my eye: a whole bunch of Kyle Lip Kits.

Guys, I almost fainted.

Being the broke AF bitch that I am, I unfortunately didn't buy one, even though Mary Jo K and Dolce K have been calling out to my soul since the second I first saw the swatches online.

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But the takeaway here is this: if you want to get your hands on Kylie's super famous lip kits, you no longer have to go through the hassle of buying it online.

Kylie's Lip Kits are actually available in the city... but for how long their stock will last, I cannot say.

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