There has been a new addition to Kylie Jenner’s Kingdom, BoxyCharm. Wondering how much BoxyCharm pay Kylie Jenner? Let’s find out!
Let’s talk money! I mean, why talk about anything else when Kylie Jenner is a self-made billionaire?! (We don’t even know if she has money, but we can all agree that she should!) It’s no secret that the famous celebrity has a number of lucrative businesses. But there are a lot of other things that you might not know about her impressive (and diverse) empire — and what else makes Kylie one of the most powerful women in the entertainment industry.
BoxyCharm and Kylie Jenner
BoxyCharm, which launched in 2014, is betting on the return of glamour for its second full brand takeover box with Anastasia Beverly Hills, which launched in April. It’s betting that millennials are ready for a return to makeup with less of an emphasis on skincare and masks, which ruled the market for the past couple of years. BoxyCharm’s first-ever brand takeover was with Fenty Beauty, the cosmetics line based on Rihanna. The company said this month that it has sold more than 1 million units of that box, which launched at the end of 2017.
The company declined to comment on sales figures but did say that it’s profitable and has been growing 250 percent year-over-year since its start in 2014. BoxyCharm declined to disclose subscribers or revenue numbers but said it has more than 600,000 subscribers. While BoxyCharm doesn’t release specific numbers for revenues or profits as a privately held company, it’s still growing fast.
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The company said it is aiming for $100 million in revenues by 2022 and $200 million by 2023. It also plans to move into brick-and-mortar retail by next year with a pilot program in
How much does BoxyCharm pay Kylie Jenner Estimated Earning of Kylie Jenner
According to the 2018 Instagram Rich List compiled by Hopper HQ, an automated Instagram scheduler, Kylie Jenner is the highest-paid celebrity influencer on the social media platform, raking in $1 million for each post in sponsored posts.
As of November 2017, Jenner had 110 million followers and counting on Instagram. Her account is full of photos of her wearing products from brands that she endorses, including her own Kylie Cosmetics line.
Jenner may have reached the top spot thanks to her sister Kim Kardashian’s influence on the social media platform—although the reality star was not listed on the top ten list for 2018, Kardashian has been one of Instagram’s most-followed stars for years, reaching nearly 100 million followers in 2015.
But Jenner isn’t the only influencer making big bucks as companies dive deeper into influencer marketing. Selena Gomez makes $800,000 per sponsored post and Ronaldo earns $750,000 per post. Gomez has more than 150 million followers while Ronaldo has more than 137 million followers