Kylie Jenner teases haircare line after receiving trademark

Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner has teased the prospect of a haircare line after successfully filing for the Kylie Hair trademark.

The billionaire beauty mogul is already the boss of two hugely successful brands, Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin, and is now looking to expand her empire.

Earlier this month, Kylie's application for the brand name Kylie Hair was approved, giving her license to sell products including shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, and hair dye.

And fans have already begun speculating that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star could be gearing up to launch her own hair extensions and wigs, following her dramatic hair makeover posted on her Instagram Stories.

Posting two black-and-white snaps, Kylie told her 164 million followers that hairstylist Jesus Guerrero had cut off her long locks into a shoulder-length bob.

"@jesushair said he was giving me a trim and cut all my hair off," the 22-year-old captioned the pictures.

And just days later, Kylie posted a selfie, showing her bob covered up by a long, honey-brown coloured wig.

"New vibe," she wrote alongside the shot.

The mother-of-one has around 130 registered trademarks, and she also teased the possible launch of a bodycare line, by filing to own the names Kylie Body and Kylie Body by Kylie Jenner.

Kylie has been busy planning the expansion of her empire, and in January, trademarked KylieCon, Kylie Baby, and Kylie Museum.

The reality star has yet to comment on the trademark approval for Kylie Hair.

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