Here’s What Kardashian Fans Are Saying About Kylie and Khloe’s Koko Kollection

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In case you’ve been living under a rock with no internet, Kylie Jenner has become quite the beauty mogul. The cosmetics maven’s first-ever collab with her oldest sis sold out in a mere six minutes — and now that the orders have arrived, buyers are excitedly weighing in on social media.

Designed by Khloe Kardashian, the collection is comprised of a light peach-pink shimmer lip gloss (named Damn Gina) and three matte lipsticks: Gorg (a deep burgundy wine), Khlo$ (a cool yellow nude), and Okurrr (a neon fuchsia). At $40 and free shipping, it’s no wonder that KUWTK superfans snapped up the four-lippie kit — and if you snoozed on last week’s launch, relax: the set will be restocked online Thursday, November 17th at 2pm PT/5pm ET.

If you’re still on the fence on Kylie and Khloe’s first lipstick collection, behold: we’ve rounded up a few buyers’ first impressions. Read on below to see what people are saying so far about Koko Kollection, then tell us in the comments if you plan on buying the kit when it lands on Kylie Cosmetics tomorrow.

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Instagram user @lucypoosse compared the consistency of Gorg to Kylie’s Leo Lip Kit: “I put one thin layer [of] gorg and it felt like I had nothing on. With these darker shades of hers, they’re very patchy but gotta find a way to layer it on evenly.”

She also said that Khlo$ is “a color I feel like I have tons of and Okurrr is just too bright for me. I wanna give it away!”

YouTube vlogger Kelsey Alfred raved about the collection’s high-quality packaging — if you recall Kylie Cosmetics’ #brushgate2016, then you’ll know that the easy-to-use tubes and doe-foot wands are a welcome upgrade.

Koko Kollection also scored Alfred’s seal of approval for its scent (“it smells like vanilla”) and quick-dry formula (“perfection”). It’s also worth noting that the colors won’t budge: after scrubbing her lips with makeup wipes and “erasing” her lips with foundation, the lipstick was still slightly visible.


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@makeupchey told a commenter on the above photo that Gorg is “slightly patchy going on, but I feel like I got it to blend nicely pretty quickly. Mine dried down great too…But honestly overall happy with it!”

Unsurprisingly, Jeffree Star scored the kit before the rest of the masses. The Myspace superstar-turned-pro makeup artist had this to say about the bright pink Okurrr: “I f*cking love this shade. If strawberry and watermelon had a baby, this would be it.”

However, he said that Gorg (that dark berry shade) was “streaky.”

The people have spoken, indeed.