Twitter Reactions To Kim Kardashian's Beauty Line Prove People Are Excited For The Launch
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Kim Kardashian's attempt at world domination is not yet over. Not only does does she star in Keeping Up With The Kardashians, have a video game, run a blog and just generally get paid to be a human, but now, Kim K is launching a makeup line called KKW Beauty, and fans are taking to Twitter to share their excitement.

Of course, people can't help but draw parallels between Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, especially with their rumored feud (which is entirely not a thing, according to the sisters themselves). Since Jenner launched Kylie Cosmetics, she has quickly skyrocketed to Kim K levels of wealth and fame — Jenner made $41 million in 2016 and Kardashian made $45 million, according to Forbes — and rumor has it that the two sisters are competing against each other for top Kardashian, i.e. most famous celebrity in the world.

But perhaps it's just a little healthy competition and an opportunity for Kim K to capitalize on one of her true passions: makeup. Kardashian has only announced one product so far, which is a creme contour and highlight kit. However, I think it's safe to assume that the collection will also include some bronzer, nude lipstick and maybe even some fake lashes or brow products.

KKW Beauty launches June 21, so fans don't have to wait long, but in the mean time, you can bet that people are tweeting about their excitement. Even famous beauty bloggers are pumped for Kim K's new makeup.

Let's face it, everyone is pumped.

However, some people didn't understand why she would tread on Kylie's turf.

And a lot of people made jokes about the faux Kim/Kylie feud.

Because, let's face it, the memes are too good.

But you know who really profits if Kim K and Kylie both have cosmetics lines? Kris Jenner.

Some people pointed out important facts about the "feud."

And they recognized that they were about to be broke thanks to these two sisters.

Why are they doing this to us?

Double trouble.

June 21 can't come soon enough.