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Kylie Jenner just announced that Kylie Cosmetics has Afterpay

Posted: 15 October 2018 9:31 am

Happy Monday! You can now purchase Kylie Cosmetics with Afterpay.

It's a great day to be a makeup junkie. Why? Because Kylie Jenner's cult beauty brand, Kylie Cosmetics, just confirmed that it now has Afterpay.

Over the weekend, Kylie took to Twitter to announce that shoppers will now be able to choose Afterpay as an option when checking out online. She recently launched the brand's most recent Halloween collection, and now you can pay for it in four equal instalments.

If you haven't heard of Afterpay, it is the online check-out system where customers are able to split the full amount of their bill into four instalments. You then repay these instalments every two weeks without any interest at all (unless you miss a payment).

Originally Australian only, Afterpay has branched out into a number of Afterpay shops in its mission for global domination. It's now available with UK retailers Boohoo, Nasty Gal, and PrettyLittleThing as well as US sites Urban Outfitters, Free People, Anthropologie and, now, Kylie Cosmetics.

This marks a huge move for not only Afterpay but Kylie Cosmetics too. Fans and shoppers have taken their excitement to Twitter as they can now finance their makeup orders.

Afterpay has launched into a significant number of new stores in the last six months. However, we don't think new retailer launches are going to slow down any time soon. We're sure we're going to see some more big Afterpay launches coming soon and we can't wait.

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