The 20-year-old, who launched her own cosmetic line called Kylie Cosmetics less than three years ago, has already accumulated more than $900 million.
It's official - Kylie Jenner is the richest self-made member of the Kardashian clan.
"Add to that the millions she's earned from TV programs and endorsing products like Puma shoes and PacSun clothing, and $60 million (R807 million) in estimated after-tax dividends she's taken from her company, and she's conservatively worth $900 million (R12.7 million), which along with her age makes her the youngest person on the fourth annual ranking of America's Richest Self-Made Women", writes Natalie Robehmed of Forbes.
According to the magazine, the new mom will reach billionaire status by next year making her the youngest billionaire ever - male or female. Forbes said it valued her company at almost $800 million, and Jenner owns 100% of it.
Forbes' Natalie Robehmed details how Kylie Cosmetics has found success both by harnessing Jenner's huge social media following and slashing costs by outsourcing labor.
However, upon realising that she has a huge following on social media, Kylie says that helped her get easier access to her supporters, and maybe that's why her business is doing so well.
In addition to bringing in millions from her families' reality shows and many more millions from product endorsement deals, Forbes estimates her booming makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics, is worth almost $800 million. Jenner is both the face of the company and the sole owner.
That's when the makeup-obsessed teen chose to launch her own company. "I don't want to do it with anyone else, '" Jenner said. She used her social media accounts and loyal following to tease the kits which sold out in less than one minute in 2015.
"Before I even refreshed the page, everything was sold out", Jenner recalled.