Beauty devotees the world over have been clamoring for Kylie Jenner's beauty line pretty much from day one. Her products have been famously popular, not to mention infamously hard to get. So, how can you win the entire Kylie Cosmetics collection? Well, thanks to the brand's off the chain holiday celebrations, a simple contest entry can get you everything the ultra-popular line has to offer, including past limited edition shades like the Skylie and Freedom Lip Kits, and even the covetable (and similarly limited edition) Birthday Collection and Holiday Collection. Yep, when they say "entire," they really mean it.
After recently hitting their one year anniversary, Kylie Cosmetics is continuing the celebrations with their 12 Days of Christmas event. Each day's event have been great so far, and today's might just be the best of all. It's not the first giveaway — the brand also held a giveaway for the Limited Edition Holiday Collection this weekend — but it's definitely the most all-inclusive. All you have to do is fill out a simple form on their website before 7:59 a.m. PST on Dec. 6, and you're officially eligible to win the grand prize. Restrictions include age (you have to be 18 and older), as well as US residency, and the winner (singular!) will be randomly selected and notified on Dec. 8. Exciting, right?
So, what are you most stoked about winning? The entire Birthday Collection, gold lipsticks, bronze eyeshadows, burgundy Lip Kits, and all? The gone-but-not forgotten KyMajesty Metal Matte? The inclusion of retired LE products makes the big prize even more of a must-have.
Suffice it to say, there's a lot to look forward to with this new giveaway — personally, I've got my fingers crossed for the absolutely gorgeous Khloe Kardashian-inspired KoKo Kollection.
As the Kylie Cosmetics website jokingly puts it, "Kylie is giving everything away. Like. Literally. Everything!" So you've basically got one option: run, don't walk, over to the site, and make sure to officially put your name into the hat before 7:59 a.m. tomorrow. With only one winner, it's a long shot, sure — but someone has to win. And why shouldn't it be you (or me)?