Can you keep up with Kylie Jenner?
The 20-year-old is many things: a reality TV star, a social media personality, a cosmetics mogul and possibly a future billionaire.
Read on for a look at some famous moments in her career trajectory.
“Self-made” Forbes cover, August 2018
Jenner appeared on the August 2018 cover of Forbes, which reported she is on track “to be the youngest-ever self-made billionaire.”
In its article on Jenner, Forbes valued Jenner Kylie Cosmetics — which she has full ownership of — at nearly $800 million, adding that Jenner rakes in millions more from endorsement deals and appearances on her family’s reality TV show.
While the term “self-made” didn’t sit well with many Twitter users, Jenner did invest $250,000 of her own money from modeling gigs to produce the first line of lip kits that eventually led to her makeup empire.
“Life of Kylie,” August 2017
Jenner got her own E! reality show, which kicked off on Aug. 6, 2017 — four days before her 20th birthday. The show consisted of eight episodes.
Game launch, February 2016
Jenner and her sister Kendall became mobile game stars when Glu Mobile’s “Kendall & Kylie,” was released in February 2016.
The same company was also behind a hit mobile game for their half-sister, Kim Kardashian.
Puma deal, February 2016
The same day as the mobile game launch, the sportswear giant's global director of brand and marketing Adam Petrick told E! News the company was “indeed" working with Jenner.
"Kylie will be featured in the brand's Spring/Summer women's training campaign launching in April 2016,” he said at the time.
Jenner has since appeared in other Puma campaigns.
Kendall + Kylie clothing launch, February 2016
"In 2016, the Jenner sisters launched their own eponymously named clothing line at New York Fashion Week," Miss Vogue reports.
The famous siblings currently sell clothing, accessories and shoes on the Kendall + Kylie website online.
Entering the cosmetics business, November 2015
Jenner offered $29 lip kits for sale in late November 2015, with Women’s Wear Daily reporting “the three shades sold out in seconds.”
The company became known as Kylie Cosmetics in February 2016 with other colors added.
"I can’t leave the house without lipstick," Jenner told Fast Company in 2017. "Everyone was so interested in the color I was wearing. But nothing was ever perfect for me. I just thought, Why not make my own lip kit with a liner and lipstick?"
By September 2017, CNBC reported that the company had reached $420 million in sales over a 18-month period.
Customers can currently purchase an array of beauty products aside from lip kits, which are now available in a variety of shades.
App and website launch, September 2015
PacSun collection, February 2013
PacSun said “the premier collection features an assortment of on-trend young women's pieces that reflect the optimism, creativity and diversity of PacSun's California heritage.”
The sisters have since had multiple clothing collections with the brand.
Nail polish deal, July 2011
Jenner, her mother Kris, plus sisters Kendall, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian teamed up with nail polish company OPI for a 2011 “Kardashian Kolors” deal, the New York Daily News reported at the time.
Two shades referenced the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sibling: “Rainbow in the S-kylie” and “Wear Something Spar-kylie,” Huffington Post reported, explaining that Kylie, then 13 years old, nabbed $100,000.
“Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” October 2007
Jenner was just 10 years old when the Kardashian-Jenner family’s reality show, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” premiered on E! on Oct. 14, 2007.
Fourteen seasons of the program have aired on the network, with a fifteenth set to air on Aug. 5.
Fox News’ Benjamin Brown contributed to this report.