North West puckers up in Kylie Jenner's Lip Kit


North, the oldest child of Kylie’s half-sister Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West, was delighted to try out some dark lipstick, after attending the birthday party of rapper Tyga’s son King Cairo over the weekend. Kylie, who’s dating Tyga, has become known for her plumped up pout, and launched her first Lip Kit in November, 2015 which instantly sold out. Since then she’s been updating the range with fresh colours, and decided to test out her popular product on a new audience.

North, along with her friend Ryan, posed for Kylie as she recorded their new looks on Snapchat. “They’re putting on my Lip Kits,” Kylie laughed in one video. “You wanted black, right? Aww, your little lips! Your lips are kind of wet.”
Read more: Kylie Jenner’s hair colourist shares transformation secrets After staying still to have her lips done, North can next be seen pouting into the camera with a new dark lipped look. “Do you like it?” Kylie asked, to which North replied, "Yahhhhh!"

Kylie also posted a photo of her two little models, captioning the shot, “What happens at auntie Kylie’s stays at auntie Kylie’s.”

While North enjoyed the weekend’s celebrations, her mum was noticeably absent. Kim has kept a low profile since she was the victim of a traumatic robbery in Paris earlier this month.

Read more: Kris Jenner: I hated Kylie’s lip enhancements! Fans wanting to see the reality TV queen managed to glimpse her on Sunday when a teaser dropped for show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. In the clip, Kim’s mum Kris Jenner brands the 35-year-old a "traitor" for dressing Kris’ ex-husband Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce, for the 2016 ESPY Awards. “Kim, you are a f**king traitor!" Kris rants. "You're not going to f**king play this game anymore!"

“She’s so p**sed that Kim was dressing Caitlyn Jenner for the ESPYs,” Khloe Kardashian had earlier told her friend Malika Haqq.

The 2016 ESPYs took place in July.

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